Jonathan Budenz's anthropomorphic art is often better recognized as the psychedelic graphic design of Jobundenz. Using the skills he's picked up as an art director within editorial and advertising work, the artist has a knack for creating trippy transmutative pieces that merge humans, animals and objects.
Building the surreal strength of images on repetition within the composition, the graphic design of Jobundenz takes on a more confronting stance than any single subject within a frame. Giving faces masks that hide their identities, these mixed-media images create a chilling and evocative viewing experience.
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