Artistic World With Humans But Without Human Presence
Creative Boom features the interesting Richard Keeling project using colour to distract the viewer from the absence of humans:
Illustrator Richard Keeling (featured previously) has just returned from a trip around the world and wanted to get his head back in the game with a fresh series entitled Presence. Focusing on his usual bright colour palette and abstract approach, the collection of illustrations feature absolutely no humans but there’s a hint that they’re there, just lurking out of shot, hidden away from us.
“The idea was to allude to it with showing any humans,” Richard explains. “As with all my designs, I like to strip back as much information as possible. Using colour as the focus.”
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