Studio Visit with Greg Gossel

by Ken HarmanPosted on

Hi-Fructose recently took a trip up to the Twin Cities to catch up with some old friends and to check out the Minneapolis art scene. On our first night in town, we visited the studio of Greg Gossel as the young artist was putting the finishing touches on his Wes Anderson-inspired piece for the “Bad Dads” show (previewed here).  Gossel, a graphic designer by trade, creates contemporary pop portraits with the help of an old Xerox machine, a homemade screen printing rig and lots of spray paint. Take an indepth look into the artist’s space, here on Hi-Fructose.

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