Alex Middleton’s Word Championship Bouts Puts Idioms in the Ring #ArtTuesday
No need to beat around the bush, these prints are the best thing since sliced bread. via Creative Boom:
Have you ever wondered who would win if one idiom was pitched against another? In Alex Middleton’s latest series, he presents Word Championship Bouts, screen-printed artworks inspired by retro boxing posters.
“Idioms, they’re used every day. A figure of speech used to express meaning in a particular situation,” explains Alex. “If there are too many folks involved in a meeting – ‘too many cooks’, one might say. However, the comeback to that could be ‘The more the merrier’. But which of the two would be the victor? Who wins? You decide.”
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