Mr Penfold: Blurring the Divide

fluoro spoke with UK-based artist Mr Penfold about his practice and unique style of seamless image making. The full-interview will be made exclusively available to fluoroNotice subscribers on Tuesday 13 May 2014.

Mr Penfold has long been fascinated with the concept of crafting seamless imagery, working primarily with painting and screenprinting. Over time he has developed a style of signature characters, which form the basis of many of his works. Mr Penfold is inspired by technique rather than narrative and as a result of his seamless hand painting his illustrations are unclear whether they have been printed or painted.

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Currently in Australia for his second exhibition in the country, Mr Penfold will display a new series of works under the title Part Time Technophobe. He will also be speaking at the Analogue/Digital creative conferences in Brisbane on Saturday 10 May 2014 and Melbourne on Saturday 16 May 2014.

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