A preview into a collection of 1,000 prints, based on drawings culled from sketchbooks compiled over the course of thirty years of daily drawing. Visual artist Andrew Cornell Robinson has created an on going series exploring image and language.
Initially inspired by a visit to the Talking Sculptures of Rome, which for the past five hundred years, Romans have written poems, prayers, and political protestations and pasted them on a group of ancient sculptures in the eternal city. Much like the public exchange of ideas that take place today upon social media platforms and street art, he has created a collection of silkscreen prints comprised of 1,000 drawings with corresponding text messages printed on the back of each image. Here is a box set of some of these prints.
He is currently working on a series of installations of these prints and a corresponding group of ceramic sculptures, reflecting upon these drawings.
Limited editions from this series are available online at tictail.com/acrstudio