Eric White: It Feeds Itself
by Eric White
Eric White's paintings tour a netherworld populated by movie stars, political figures, and ordinary people stretched and distorted and placed in bizarre landscapes but always disturbingly recognizable. Dubbed the "anti-Norman Rockwell," White employs a meticulous melding of hyperrealism and surrealism to make his dark dreams. Typical of his work is "Critical Path," a black...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Last Gasp of San Francisco
(first published 2003)
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Totally disturbing and interesting at the same time. White takes the technique of distortion using the grid method to an amazing level. I respect his gift and at the same time i'm not sure if i really like his paintings...