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Anthony Goicolea’s Pathetic Fallacy Drawings

Anthony Goicolea’s Pathetic Fallacy is a collection of art works that feature black and gray anthropomorphic representation of nature, decay, death and the merging of bodies. These drawings include an array of wildlife such as fish, flies, bird, mammals, trees, and skeletal systems. These graphite and ink drawings are done on large sections of layered mylar and combined with digitally composited photographs. Some of the compositions are visual bouquets of decay which remind the viewer of the impermanence of beauty and existence. See more after the jump!


Anthony Goicolea’s Pathetic Fallacy is a collection of art works that feature black and gray anthropomorphic representation of nature, decay, death and the merging of bodies. These drawings include an array of wildlife such as fish, flies, bird, mammals, trees, and skeletal systems. These graphite and ink drawings are done on large sections of layered mylar and combined with digitally composited photographs. Some of the compositions are visual bouquets of decay which remind the viewer of the impermanence of beauty and existence.









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