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Plastic Jesus (Contemporary Artist): Artworks for Sale

Plastic Jesus is a contemporary artist based in Los Angeles, recently dubbed ‘Banksy of L. A. ’ by The Daily Beast. His urban art takes the form of bold stencilling and large scale installation, saturated with satire while always visually vibrant. His work is a constant provocation, prodding cultural norms, subverting societal expectation, and challenging contemporary politics. Neither a revolutionary, nor an anarchist, Plastic Jesus instead works to shine some small light onto the dark corners of society, highlighting the issues and opinions so often left untouched and untroubled. Using scale and contradiction, bright pops of primary colour, and stencilled monochrome, Plastic Jesus creates captivating icons to reflect our twenty-first century religions: consumerism, capitalism, and celebrity culture. His cutting installation work has criticised the Trump administration, the debauchery of Hollywood, and mindless materialism, while his images have featured in The BBC, CNN, abc News, Huffington Post, Gizmodo, Buzzfeed, The Sun, The Daily Mirror, LA Times, LA Weekly, The Daily Mail, MSNBC, The Daily Telegraph, Complex art and Design, Time, Us Weekly, USA Today, and several of his artworks are held by the Smithsonian Institute.
Plastic Jesus is a contemporary artist based in Los Angeles, recently dubbed ‘Banksy of L. A. ’ by The Daily Beast. His urban art takes the form of bold stencilling and large scale installation, saturated with satire while always visually vibrant. His work is a constant provocation, prodding cultural norms, subverting societal expectation, and challenging contemporary politics. Neither a revolutionary, nor an anarchist, Plastic Jesus instead works to shine some small light onto the dark corners of society, highlighting the issues and opinions so often left untouched and untroubled. Using scale and contradiction, bright pops of primary colour, and stencilled monochrome, Plastic Jesus creates captivating icons to reflect our twenty-first century religions: consumerism, capitalism, and celebrity culture. His cutting installation work has criticised the Trump administration, the debauchery of Hollywood, and mindless materialism, while his images have featured in The BBC, CNN, abc News, Huffington Post, Gizmodo, Buzzfeed, The Sun, The Daily Mirror, LA Times, LA Weekly, The Daily Mail, MSNBC, The Daily Telegraph, Complex art and Design, Time, Us Weekly, USA Today, and several of his artworks are held by the Smithsonian Institute.

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