Andy Burgess is a pop artist with a twist. He uses vintage advertisements, photographs, and postcards to create geometrical collages of cities – these are the skylines of Milwaukee and Chicago. (Above: There is no Substitute)
Milwaukee / Above: Where Particular People Meet / Below: The Friendliest Atmosphere
Burgess incorporates typeface, text and other elements to suggest early 20th Century movements with an American slant. Born in London and living in Arizona, Burgess travels the world for inspiration.
- These images are from the Andy Burgess exhibition website of the Tory Folliard Gallery, Milwaukee
Categories: Mixed Media
this is a creative angle! Really cool!
Reblogged this on Robert Dogaru and commented:
That’s awesome. Someone should send him a memo to do a piece on Washington DC, selfishly speaking of course.
That’s actually a great idea, even if it is selfish.
Reblogged this on gallerycreative and commented:
Beautiful colourful vibrant cityscapes