Gee Vaucher is an artist whose strong political pieces and shocking work has shaped an entire era of rebels. Entitled 'Crass Art and Other Pre Post-Modernist Monsters,' the early work of Gee Vaucher is said to have launched the concept of protest art in the 1980s.
Some of the 'Pre Post-Modernist Monsters' that Gee Vaucher has worked with include Anarcho-punk band 'Crass,' Pent-up Magazine and Tackhead.
Implications - Audiences are seeking out deeper meanings in artistic designs. An attractive aesthetic is no longer the most sought after element in artworks. Designers could incorporate more stimulating questions and topics into their products to drive more interest towards their brand.
Playfully Political Paintings
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Daisy Duke-Inspired Spreads
Sensual Cowgirl Shoots
Documenting Masked Rioters
Backstage Retro Shoots