• Alfred Steiner
  • Posted 26 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 6100 Views
  • In his watercolour and pen work, artist Alred Steiner becomes a sick and twisted surgeon, turning all manner of body parts, animals and objects - such as penises, space craft, turds, strawberries and camels - into beautiful but rather disturbing renderings of memorable and famous cartoon characters such as Maggie Simpson, Yosemite Sam, Mickey Mouse, and Kenny McCormick. By blending vaginas and other parts of the body into the mix, Steiner forces us to accept the things that popular culture often hides and tries to forget about.

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    • twisted, but very cool!
    • rob Posted 26 months ago · 37 Reply
    • A better version of Aurel Schmidt.
    • Tom Posted 26 months ago · -8 Reply
    • I am the proud owner of artwork no. 8. Steiners work is fascinating! Quite unique. And he¬īs obviously incredibly talented.
    • Kristian Haagen Posted 26 months ago · -7 Reply
  • Herschel Autumn/Winter 2012 Lookbook
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  • Opening Ceremony London Store Opening
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  • The Most Viewed Photograph Ever
  • 26 months ago · Art & Design · 11 Comments · 25617 Views
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