Collage, Collage, magazine covers, acrylic, painted wood on canvas
Dimensions: 61cm (H) x 87cm (W) x 4cm (D) / 24" (H) x 34.3" (W) x 1.6" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings
Estimated delivery for this item is between 21 December - 26 December
This item ships from United Kingdom
Please note that this item is framed and requires crating for shipment
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About the art
A collection of vintage, deconstructed magazine covers arranged on canvas with painted wooden pieces. The work is mounted behind conservation glass within a dark brown, wooden frame.
Using issues of The Practical Householder magazine from the 1950s, segments have been cut from the front covers and laid out to form a vibrant, geometric pattern. The colours, typical of mid-century design, along with the depictions of domestic life at the time, evoke a sense of nostalgia.
Inspired by British post-war architecture, the pattern resembles an apartment block complete with windows and corresponding ledges.
Listed size includes the frame.
Based in: London
Adam Robinson is an emerging artist who was born and raised in Sydney and has been living and working in London for the past 18 years. Robinson’s work reflects his passion for colour, found materials and the processes of collecting and arranging. He draws inspiration from a wide variety of …
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