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Michael Pybus

Combining camp pop-culture, faceless corporations and gay subcultures, the work of Michael Pybus sits on the border between sculpture, graphic design and painting.

By hijacking the brands of major corporations or advertisements, regularly inverting their intending message or placement – either by creating compositions with wildly different subjects or by subtle tweaks; Pybus manages to create a ‘brand’ of his own. Where these appropriative compositions work best is in the exploration of masculine identities; whether it is the hyper-sexualised male model or the teenage dreamboat archetypes.

Pybus’ newest exhibition is currently showing at ANDOR in London until the 2nd October.

Follow the link there, or see more work from the artist here.

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