The New Propaganda, vol. 1

I’ve always been fascinated by propaganda — both the historical images created by artists in the 20s, 30s, and 40s to the more modern work of artists like Shepard Fairey. Regardless of when in history it appears, using art to to further political causes and ideologies can be incredibly powerful when it works. In this series, I am trying to continue that tradition and use elements of propaganda — dramatic imagery, saturate colors, and bold typography — to explore graphic design, color, and composition, while also trying to communicate larger messages and ideas.

Type: Cradled panel  | Size: 8x8in.  |  Materials: Acrylics, gel medium, vintage magazines, vintage newspapers, gold leaf, window screen, cardboard.
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NOTE: Colors may appear slightly different in person due to variations in monitor color calibration.

I’m donating 50% of the net proceeds generated by my creative work to arts education and non-profit organizations that focus on the arts. Learn more.