“This collection of work expanding on the notion that everything and everyone has both good and evil. Playing with the juxtaposition of singular and multiple images (all while using the same sized canvases), the show is a study on how these characters dispositions changes to the viewers prospective. Adding to this study, this is the first time that Kid Lew (as a colorblind artist) has expanded his color palette beyond the usual black charaters found in all previous works.” — Sacred Gallery
These iconic Haloz characters create a wallpaper-like pattern filling up the animated compositions. I took notice to the clean edges, bold shapes and high contrast, along with the graphic approach to the ‘less is more’ concept. One could easily mistake Lew’s tight handling of brushwork with a computer generated graphic…his work is just that tight. His fine art would make for some great tattoos of urban symbols.
Haloz Wuz Here will be on exhibit until February 28th at Sacred Gallery | 424 Broadway 2nd Floor | New York 10013
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