Due to sizing, this RUN does not come with a framing option.
"The ‘Future Origins’ exhibition was a further extension of my ongoing body of work, a new visual aesthetic and narrative universe, a continued exploration of a futuristic vision. The works depict a latent cosmical ecosystem of hope and survival, a world inhabited by new lifeforms whose supernatural origins are suggested through concentric symmetry, repetition and vibrant details. ‘Visions of Primordial Evolution’ was essentially the hero painting or the center piece of the exhibition.
This painting generated itself organically out of geometry. It started with a measured grid layout, then the shapes, lines and forms all got worked out of the measurements. Then different aspects are repeated, mirrored or alternated throughout the painting. The core idea of the symmetry and the human profiles were developed in an initial pencil sketch up of the artwork, then other details were refined well into the actual painting, which is a patient process of layering acrylic paint followed by ink outlines, then more final acrylic details." - Beastman
Beastman (Bradley Eastman) is an multidisciplinary artist from Sydney, Australia. Influenced by the biodiversity, symbolism and design aesthetics behind nature’s repetitive geometric growth patterns and organic landscapes, Beastman's studio paintings, commercial projects and public murals explore a unique visual language, depicting future environments of abstracted landscapes, potential new life forms and human intervention.
One of the most distinctive and prolific emerging contemporary artists from Australia, Beastman has exhibited his artworks extensively around the world, has curated and organised numerous international art exhibitions and projects, and has been commissioned by the likes of Element, Facebook, Vivid Sydney, Mini, Westfield, Red Bull, Stockland, Bose, Hyundai, Smirnoff and more. His artwork was recently acquired by the National Gallery of Australia, and his large solo and collaborative mural works can be found all over Australia and around the world.