Surrealist Illustrations by George Greaves

By gradients and contrasted monochromes, Bristol based George Greaves displays a work as minimal as intrigued, where perspective is cropped, casting doubt on different dimensions, oscillating between motion and stylized angular shapes. Surrealist and colorful works from modernist artists like Matisse and David Hockney are the main inspiration of his images. To build these framed scenes, he uses bold design as base material, delimited by shadow and noise play. George’s creations make up half of Printed Goods products and are available right here.

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