"With these pieces I wanted to take the more iconic looking images from my work--nun and skull-- and display them in a sort of 2D/3D way. It's almost like displaying a coat of arms or some slightly sculptural image of an important current/historical figure on your wall. The only difference is these pieces would be that of imaginary crests or important figures. Much like sculptures of Lenin or Stalin seen through throughout every Russian town during the twentieth century. They were created using Ink, acrylic paint, coffee, paper on wood, photocopied original images. I coated the images in coffee for days (multiple layers) adhered the images to wood with archival 'Yes' glue, cut the adhered images from wood, redrew images (over photocopy black) with heavily pigmented ink and then painted some details in with acrylic paint. Then each piece finished with a UV varnish across the front surface." - David Young V
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ABOUT David Young V:
David Young V is a mixed media artist living and working in San Francisco. His works deal with a hypothetical high technological post-apocalyptic future. He expresses the cultures, tribes, languages, morality, ethics, military aspects and more through his pieces. With every new show and project he add more to his narrative. Much of his influences derive from Science Fiction, sub culture, urban living and the communities he interacts with.
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