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Andy Prior's Paintings Have a Disfigured Sense of Humour

 - Jun 11, 2009   Updated: Mar 24 2011
References: artinliverpool & bizarremag
Zombie lover, Andy Prior, has captivated his fans with death inspired art. He embraces his disfigured sense of humour and knows that people usually like his work for its crude and twisted themes.

Andy Prior's work is colourful and cartoonish and amalgamates the elements of skill, style and an odd sense of humour.

Implications - Any time a brand manages to combine humor, the macabre and the medium of cartoon imagery, it is bound to captivate a wide audience. For brands that aspire to get the attention of geeky consumers, art like this is a powerfully provocative tool with a definitively effective appeal. Combining pop culture elements into an irreverent package is a recipe for marketing success that is as eternal as the undead themselves.