Artist Jesse Draxler layers together opposing images to create a sense of visual harmony. His conceptual collages have been featured on the pages of Elle, The New York Times and other reputable publications with an appreciation for captivating art.
The Minneapolis-based artist depicts visuals that are meant to "create an atmosphere, a mood" as he explains. These canvases fuse together fragments of architecture, the human body and abstract forms to form something that is both thought-provoking and visually striking.
Jesse Draxler's finished art works rely a lot on experimentation and produce results that are never exactly like one another. The diverse pieces are nothing short of incredible and are an homage to the surrealist art works of years passed.
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