Artists Mint and Serf in their new series titled, Industry Calling, draw influences from advertising, consumerism, and capitalism. The large vinyl on Plexiglas collages contain bold primary colors that crisscross seamlessly across the surface. The result is a hypnotizing design that requires nothing more than a visceral reaction. The representations within the frames are recognized objects like tropical trees, graffiti elements, national flags, and classic fonts that homogenize the works against a rainbow-like palette.
Mint and Serf: Industry Calling
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OGILVY NEW YORK
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