Tony Clough is a renowned trippy pop art artist whos artistic journey began at an early age when he started experimenting with graffiti on the streets of his hometown. As he honed his skills, he started to explore different styles and mediums, eventually discovering a passion for trippy pop art. Clough's art is heavily influenced by the psychedelic movement of the 1960s and 1970s, which is evident in the vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and surreal imagery that characterize his work. His signature style incorporates a blend of traditional and digital techniques, combining hand-drawn elements with digital manipulation and graphic design. Clough's artwork often explores themes related to consciousness, spirituality, and altered states of mind. He draws inspiration from his own experiences with psychedelic substances, as well as from the works of visionary artists such as Alex Grey and Robert Venosa. His work has been described as a "visual journey" that transports viewers to otherworldly realms and invites them to explore the limits of their own perceptions.
Tony Clough Rotations #1 Silkscreen Print by Tony Clough
Purchase Rotations #1 Limited Edition 5-Color Silkscreen on 140lbs Archival Fine Art Paper by Tony Clough Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "These two print editions really only exist as original prints but were inspired by my recent obsession with squares and other simple geometric shapes. I have several original paintings that are available that slightly resemble this style but they are much more stylistic in terms of texture and color.Most of my work is purely aesthetic and non-representational, I try to make art out of texture and color until I feel that it would be something I would like to hang on my own wall in the hope that others would share my taste." - Tony Clough