There's no place like home, 2021
30w x 40h cm each
Acrylic on canvas
Ships from Phoenix, AZ
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Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Signature: On the back
Condition: Brand new
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Taylor pushes the envelope of Pop Art, a movement that’s been having a long-lasting influence since the 60s. Pop Artists, like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, famously drew inspiration from sources in popular and commercial culture but Taylor’s takes it further. In his fresh take, he both reflects upon his personal story of transitioning from female to male and provides relevant current political commentary. In a very distinctive visual language of cartoonesque style thick lines and vibrant colours, he often depicts his rendering of Frankenstein's monster, which is not without meaning, as it’s the story of a created man. Each work in the collection is designed to transform when viewed with red and blue 3D glasses. He explains that this act signifies ‘the binary world of pink and blue that I grew up in and how different things can look when viewed through a different lens’.
Taylor Bystrom is an American transgender Pop Artist specialised in 3D immersive art. Since transitioning 9 years ago from female to male, he has been changing the way we talk about gender, sexuality, and psychedelics. Taylor’s art is a visual feast. In a very distinctive visual language of cartoonesque style thick lines and vibrant colours, he often depicts his rendering of Frankenstein's monster, which is not without meaning. It’s the story of a created man, a theme always present in his work. 'The idea behind my work is to change people's perception on how they view trans people. We have long been seen as monsters and perverts and the conversation about trans rights is nothing new throughout history. I just want to tell a story that touches people and helps people realize the hardships that trans people face while bringing comedic relief.' He recently graduated from the prestigious Goldsmiths, the art school famous for producing world-leading artists such as Damien Hirst and Steve McQueen.