Truth Automaton Archival Print by Nathan Spoor

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Truth Automaton Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Nathan Spoor Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art.


"This piece exists as a fun exercise of me being influenced by the ideas, words, and pictures from some pretty radical creative thinkers. Most of the characters in the piece are manifestations of Ralph Steadman’s reactions to Hunter S. Thompson’s wild Gonzo persona and my imaginings of how they would all huddle together around a core value in Hunter’s work – the eternal search for truth. When I created this piece I was inspired by the double-feature articles I was writing for Juxtapoz last year, a cover feature on Steadman, and a piece on Hunter. I researched for about three months, reading everything I could find, looking at all the images, articles, documentaries, and interviews I could find. I collected editions of both guys’ books as part of the research, trying to find first printings or hard to find books of Steadman’s art so I could hold something with that original energy – it might sound silly but I’m old fashioned in some ways. So while I was doing the research and reading, I was also coming up with ideas and did a decent-sized piece about the collaborative madness that Steadman and Hunter shared." - Nathan Spoor

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    • Truth Automaton Archival Print by Nathan Spoor
    • Year: 2016
    • Size: 18x24
    • Artist: Nathan Spoor
    • Edition of: 75
    • Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper
      • Not Framed
      • Signed: Yes
      • Colors: Rainbow, Blue

      Artwork Description

      Truth Automaton Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper by Nathan Spoor Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art.


      "This piece exists as a fun exercise of me being influenced by the ideas, words, and pictures from some pretty radical creative thinkers. Most of the characters in the piece are manifestations of Ralph Steadman’s reactions to Hunter S. Thompson’s wild Gonzo persona and my imaginings of how they would all huddle together around a core value in Hunter’s work – the eternal search for truth. When I created this piece I was inspired by the double-feature articles I was writing for Juxtapoz last year, a cover feature on Steadman, and a piece on Hunter. I researched for about three months, reading everything I could find, looking at all the images, articles, documentaries, and interviews I could find. I collected editions of both guys’ books as part of the research, trying to find first printings or hard to find books of Steadman’s art so I could hold something with that original energy – it might sound silly but I’m old fashioned in some ways. So while I was doing the research and reading, I was also coming up with ideas and did a decent-sized piece about the collaborative madness that Steadman and Hunter shared." - Nathan Spoor

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