Sam Green Renders Surrealist Illustrations

By: Sophia Pelka - Published: Apr 1, 2012 • References: &
Sam Green renders pop culture images with an alternative perspective, leaning towards surrealism. The result is a twisted sort of nostalgia that entices viewers and is hard to ignore.

The images are slightly primitive, evoking an energy from the audience. Green uses a neutral color palate, but frequents brights and neons, somehow keeping them subdued. The prints are made from highly detailed pencil works and then manipulated digitally.

Sam Green earned his masters at the prestigious Central St Martins College in London. His memorable works have gained him attention from major publications and directors. He is currently working as a character developer for George Lucas. His commissioned artwork can be found in Dazed and Confused, Wallpaper* Magazine, Esquire Magazine, Random House and Non-format. Stats for Violent Pop Culture Prints Trending: Older & Average
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