Byroglyphics – Domestic Science

May 15th, 2009 // 1 Comment // Posted by Lukas

So here is an Artist / Illustrator with an amazing output.  The UK based Artist Russ Mills aka Byroglyphics is maybe one of my favourites of all the Artist i´ve been featuring here and discovering on the Web.  Thats how Signal Gallery where he had an Exhibition, describe it:

“Byroglyphics is exploring, through a series of large mixed media canvases, the sense of movement and flourish of the figure. These figures are always very contemporary in feel. They seem to float in some incredible technological ether, only fleetingly seen by the observers. They seem to be formless phantoms that are grounded and familiar. The artist sees them as being carried along as if in an endless cycle of technological ecstasy. The confident lines have a freedom and spontaneity, creating an illusion of life and movement.”

He was selling prints for as much as 25 pounds on his website but guess what?! They´re sold out. I know why!
I specially like this Series i am showing here in the Blog. But he´s got much more in the Gallery Section on his Website. Check it out!

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1 Comment to Byroglyphics – Domestic Science
Benny
2009/05/16

nice stuff!

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