Where Will You be When the Acid Strikes?

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So, where will you be? 

Hopefully somewhere close to a computer screen or an intelligent phone hooked up to a 4G Internet connection, stalking the artwork of Mr Karan Singh!

Down the rabbit hole we go. Eyes wide open. Wide awake, literally and allegorically. Toes fizzing. Knees jiggling. Mouth agape. Imagination exploring the deepest nooks and crevices of the human mind’s collective consciousness.

Karan’s work reminds us that everything is pattern; that everything is colour. It delves beyond the physical plane into the atoms and the sub atoms and the quarks and the strings – into all that invisible stuff that is there, but that you can’t really see (well, not without the aid of a fancy shmancy microscope. Or psychedelics).

He’s an artist and illustrator whose work is a vibrant and playful interpretation of minimalism, which focuses on depth and dimension through pattern repetition.

It’s always super rad to see Australian designers absolutely nailing it abroad in the world of graphic design, illustration, and general art. Because it’s a bloody hard industry to crack.

And nailing it, he is. Karan’s worked with big shots like Adobe, IBM, Heineken, Intel and Asics – to name but a few. 

Enough talk. It’s time to follow Alice’s lead, pick up the ordinary by the scruff of its mundanity, place it under a faraway corner-table, and follow that rabbit! 

Wake up Mr Singh! (website)

Be like Buddha – see the gram inside the kilo. (Instagram)

Convivially,

The Odd Sock team.

The end.

 

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