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Ridiculous portrait of Elliott Earls by Lindsey Camellio at the Hypertension Exhibition. Background piece entitled “God.” Technical detail: This photo shows Elliott throwing up the official Cranbrook Academy of Art gang sign. A left handed “C” in front of an upside down right-handed “Peace Sign.” The two combine to form the Cranbrook “CA” logo.
I’ve been developing a body of work that extends my graphic language into low relief objects. This 18 x 24 x 2.25″ ebonized Apsen panel is the latest example. Note the inclusion of the cyclops head from my Elegy for the Collapse of the Empireinstallation.
Speaking to RGD Ontario – October 10, 2012. A Consideration of Graphic Design from the Traditional to the Unrecognizable (On the work of Elliott Earls and the Cranbrook Studio) 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST Speaking at University of Buffalo – September 10, 2012. On Monday evening at 6:30pm I spoke at the University of Buffalo. If […]
The Blog Art 21, has an interesting article posted today entitled The Anchor Art Museums in and of Detroit. In the Article Colin Darke interviews me about the importance of the museum, and he profiles my new work Elegy for the Collapse of the Empire. Interpretive skills are a critical part of a Museum’s mission. Elliott […]
I thought I might take the time to post a gallery of 11 posters that were part of a design proposal for Cranbrook Academy of Art. These posters were to be 26″x40″ and part of the marketing material for the Academy. As a designer I am very conscious of my history. What I mean by […]
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