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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 […]
The 2800 Hour Studio is a profiled in the pages of Metropolis Magazine.
One of many projects currently underway in the studio is an identity system for the Earls summer studio on Lake Leelanau. This large cedar sign is one of the elements of this system.
Over the course of the past two months I have been working on a new body of work that attempts to take a number of ideas normally found in traditional graphic design practice and extrapolate them into three-dimensions. These are but a few of the latest examples of a similar conceptual program that spans close […]
The first exhibition in the newly renovated and expanded Cranbrook Art Museum explores Cranbrook’s continued influence in the world of contemporary art and design. No Object is an Island: New Dialogues with the Cranbrook Collection Opened November 11, 2011. The images above are from my installation for the exhibition. The exhibition paired the work of 50 leading […]
The Detroit News reviews Butter Projects latest exhibition Rising & Falling, which features Elliott Earls Portrait of George Washington After Rembrandt Peale.
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