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  • Art. illustration. For Example: Mike McDonnell

    13.01.2017

    Mike McDonnell

    illustration

    My work began with an interest in mechanical diagrams and technical manuals. I would replicate them with red oil. This combination of subject and medium reminded me of anatomical drawings and cadaver studies. Stumbling upon an old technique applied to modern objects, I immediately became captivated by this kind of visual dissection.

    As I looked deeper into the physicality of objects and organisms, layers of meaning and associations became impossible to ignore. My interest had shifted from a purely visual examination of objects to an anthropological excavation and assessment of my personal environment.

    The results are unpredictable and ever-changing. But that’s the point. I’m not looking to prescribe answers of guidance. My goal is to catalogue – to investigate, dissect and examine – to provide access and insight to the fleeting moments of the present and recent past.

    www.mikemcdonnellart.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: Mike McDonnell

    05.01.2017

    Mike McDonnell

    illustration

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    www.mikemcdonnellart.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: Mike McDonnell

    05.01.2017

    Mike McDonnell

    illustration

    NANA

    www.mikemcdonnellart.com
  • FOR EXAMPLE: FAVOURITES

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    Art, illustration, André Catarino

    André Catarino

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    Art, illustration, stephanie maton

    stephanie maton

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    18.07.2014

    Art, illustration, Marcel George

    Marcel George

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    01.06.2013

    Art, illustration, noumeda carbone

    noumeda carbone

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    23.05.2013

    Art, illustration, joseph phillips

    joseph phillips

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    Art, illustration, punto bipolar

    punto bipolar

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    18.08.2016

    Art, illustration, Luise Faurholt

    Luise Faurholt

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    Art, illustration, Nicholas Herbert

    Nicholas Herbert

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