Consumerism

Philip Grisewood is an illustrator who uses various techniques created by the artist through the years experimenting with different textures and methods of the media. This art work is dedicated to consumerism – the painting is a symbol of fast food, permanently busy lives, not seeing what’s going on around, urban pollution and environmental damage. The English term “VOID” is highlighted as in this mural its’ meaning is emptiness, vacuum, nothing. The place is chosen to symbolize the transition at the gates of a consumer life, to a completely different world – is a bridge to an art oasis, calmness and different culture.

2015

Author Philip Grisewood, United Kingdom

Poetry park, Marijampolė