Neil Wax's Artwork Considers Consumerist Behaviour

By: Marie C. Hudson - Published: • References: skidmorecontemporaryart & booooooom
In a consumer-driven society, the increasing amount of products produced that promise fulfillment and a better life can become overwhelming, which is what the pop art of Neil Wax aims to portray.

Using high-density polyethylene containers and vinyl graphics, the California-based artist creates sculptures that evoke the sentiments often responsible for irrational buyer behavior. By incorporating familiar shapes, colors and product imagery, Neil Wax delivers his message in a bold yet incredibly relatable way, forcing the viewer to confront their own inner consumer turmoil.

If you're looking for art that really has something to say, and is incredibly relevant for the current economic issues pressing the world, check out these thoughtful and self-reflective sculptures by Neil Wax. Stats for Self-Loathing Pop Sculptures Trending: Older & Chilly
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