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Phil Noto’s New Machines

With a stylish and retro sixties feel, Phil Noto's stunning sirens and his penchant for clean lines and good design reads like a world only Stanley Kubrick could envision. In the artist's latest body of work, 'New Machines' (which opens tonight at Bold Hype Gallery), Noto takes a trip both backwards and forwards through time on a vintage sci-fi exploration of the future, advertising and robotic identity. Get an extensive preview of the artist's newest body of work here on Hi-Fructose.

With a stylish and retro sixties feel, Phil Noto‘s stunning sirens and his penchant for clean lines and good design reads like a world only Stanley Kubrick could envision. In the artist’s latest body of work, ‘New Machines’ (which opens tonight at Bold Hype Gallery), Noto takes a trip both backwards and forwards through time on a vintage sci-fi exploration of the future, advertising and robotic identity. Get an extensive preview of the artist’s newest body of work here on Hi-Fructose.

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