20
Apr
09

Jon Burgerman

I really like the aestetic of Jon Burgerman’s characters and the cluttered, cramped layout that he gives them.  Although it makes them harder to view singluarly, this lends itself to Burgerman’s styles, as characters often merge and share body parts.

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I will try and transfer this ‘fitted’ looked to my images, where parts just seem to fit together and mould around each other.  This will be done by placing other objects around the main narratives that I have already created and/ or by bringing all of the narratives together into one piece.

http://www.jonburgerman.com/

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