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The Sky Is Black, Can't You Feel It?
by Craig Redman


Craig Redman's interpretation of the tea ceremony photograph is an explosion of color, but has a very specific hidden message. The artistic intent was to add new components that intermixed with the traditional photography, yet highly contrasted against it. The text that has invaded the serene scene adds a bright and optimistic feel, yet the message it delivers is creepy and sinister. Overall it is an image of very mixed messages. The text obscures the focal point of the photograph - what are the subjects focused on? The assumption is something wholesome, but the invading imagery obscures and distorts the assumed meaning.

About the Artist

Craig Redman is an Australian born artist living and working in New York. His work is filled with simple messages executed in a colourful, bold and secretly optimistic way.

Craig has exhibited across the world, notable at the Musée de la Publicité, Louvre, Paris, and has worked with clients such as LVMH, Nike, Apple, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Converse, MTV and The New York Times.


Print Series

  •  56.5 x 40cm, edition limited to 100
    Giclée print on matte archival paper
  •  85 x 60cm, edition limited to 100
    Giclée print on matte archival paper


Find out more about the VP Series »

Price  S$250.00


* All prints come with a minimum of 10mm border to allow
   for framing or mounting.

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