George Pfau's Zombie Art Takes Inspiration From Poplar Culture

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: Nov 7, 2013 • References: & designtaxi
George Pfau's zombie art combines the undead and the impressionist style. Each piece from the series 'Zombiescapes' is based on a zombie film or television program, such as Shaun of the Dead, the Night of the Living Dead and Zombieland.

The lecturer and artist's landscape paintings were created using oil paints and pointillist techniques. Due to the abstract style of the zombie art, the painting's subjects appear as dots of paint. This makes it difficult to tell the difference between zombies and humans. This could be a result of the impressionist work, or it could also be viewed as a larger commentary on humanity and what makes zombies zombies. After all, they too were once human. Stats for Monet-Like Monster Landscapes Trending: Older & Chilly
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