Collage Pop Art
All pictures courtesy the singer.
Pulling from just what appear to be ads and comic pieces built in the 50s and 60s, back when United states household life ended up being unabashed in its depiction as a sterile and rigid consumerist culture, Montreal-based singer and illustrator Pierre-Paul Pariseau transports old fashioned characters into a radiant dream globes that have fun with your perceptions of level, scale, and time.
Through a cache of Pop art imagery, as slice and sewed via surrealist strategies, his works tend to be noisy nearly frightening juxtapositions. Looking over the whimsical and vibrant collages, anything about all of them is downright unsettling.
A moose how big a skyscraper strolls through a greened out metropolitan center; a perched black bird using the tongue of a frog tries to get a butterfly using an oversized tongue. Relating to his singer statement, Pariseau finds determination in, “happy coincidences” and “anecdotal activities, ” those serendipitous moments in life that challenge your nihilistic understanding of truth and fate. This should be clear into the work below:
Be sure to check-out Pariseau’s system of Art digital event. For more information on the artist, head up to their web site.