Perhaps best described as a graphic artist, Mason McFee‘s work is all sorts of things to all sorts of people; I think you either love it straight away or become seduced by it’s charm over time and understanding. I personally love the bizarre but endearing darkness to his work; his style and the media he works with is mixed, but always equally absorbing.
Best put in Mason’s own words; “While I struggle between being a graphic designer and an artist, I feel the two actually feed each other in one way or the other. Sometimes when art gets too free, I go back to design. When design gets too controlling, I sketch around a notebook for a while. If they both are doing it, I’ll cut up some wood and glue it together and spray paint it, hang it on a wall and photograph it. I’m a child of the 80’s and can’t sit still for too long, so this type of working just comes naturally.”
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