‘Technomage Dimysi-Kaysuun’ by Andrew DeGraff

£320.00

Artist: Andrew DeGraff
Title: ‘Technomage Dimysi-Kaysuun’
Medium: Gouache and Pencil on Paper
Dimensions: 14” x 11”
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2018
Artwork Will Ship From:
USA

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‘Technomage Dimysi-Kaysuun’ by Andrew DeGraff

Artist: Andrew DeGraff
Title: ‘Technomage Dimysi-Kaysuun’
Medium: Gouache and Pencil on Paper
Dimensions: 14” x 11”
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2018
Artwork Will Ship From:
USA

About the Artwork:

“The world of the Technomancers/Technomages Series is something I’ve been working on for a few years. Most of my illustration work has to do with Illustrative mapping, sports or politics so in my private work I try to explore some notions that are a little more abstract and playful. The Technomancers and Technomages are exploration of beings that are “personifications of ideas” made manifest in gouache and pencil. As images, they are meant to feel ever changing but immutable, as are the ideas that they represent. My personal goal with these is to find a bridge between the work of the stillness and beauty of John James Audobon and Umberto Boccioni’s futurist work (both of whom were huge influences on the series).” – Andrew DeGraff

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Andrew DeGraff is a freelance illustrator and artist living and working in Maine. He graduated from Pratt Institute’s Communications Design program with a focus in Illustration in 2001. He returned to Pratt to teach illustration from 2009 – 2014 and now teaches at the Maine College of Art. He recently published his second book, Cinemaps: An Atlas of 35 Great Movies from Quirk Books. Andrew has worked as an illustrator for clients such as: Visa, Sports Illustrated, Kellogg’s, The New York Times, GAP Kids, Anthropologie, and Leo Burnett. His gallery work has been shown in New York, Albany, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Honolulu, Calgary, Mexico City, and the Philippines.