Alex Pardee No Longers Artwork Present: Pikachu, Minions, Simpsons
“Disgusting.” If requested to offer one work to explain the work of artist Alex Pardee, that would be it. The pop culture artist has a really distinct model that’s typically overly graphic, whether or not which means with buckets of blood and guts or with an eye-popping palate of colours. And but Pardee makes use of that trademark model in all sorts of genres and mediums, probably the most enjoyable being his authentic gallery reveals.
Pardee’s newest gallery present is named “The No-Longers” and it opens in Los Angeles Halloween weekend. The concept is straightforward. The eye to element? Not a lot. A big portion of the work is of well-known animated characters who’ve been taken over by a mysterious virus, and so that you get photos just like the one above of Fred Flintstone, and others resembling Pikachu, Bart Simpson, or a Minion, in that unforgettable, and unmistakable, gross Pardee model. However Pardee additionally creates an elaborate backstory to clarify each bit, all of which come collectively to make a singular, epic story.
To learn extra about that story, and see the work in its totality, head to the Constructing Bridges Artwork Trade at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, CA from Friday October 28 via Sunday October 30. Situated at 2525 Michigan Ave, Unit F2, the exhibit has a gap reception and costume contest from 5-10 p.m. October 28 and is then open from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. October 29 and 30.
Take a look at the slideshow to see extra of the No-Longers and find out more information here.