Bill Dunlap is an eccentric artist who indulges in using multiple colours and incorporating images of hidden monsters.
On his website, Bill Dunlap’s biography is presented in a series of cartoons with speech bubbles. I his person photos, his face is covered up with samples of his artwork.
Check out his Wanderlust Gallery that opens up on June 25th in England.
Implications - Since childhood, consumers were trained to believe that monsters were lurking under their beds and in their closets, ready to terrorize them if they were bad. This has established the monster as a symbol of punishment and fear that is deep-rooted in consumers, making the use of monsters in modern art something familiar that strikes a cord with consumers.
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