The famously fictitious Wall Street trader, Gordon Gekko once ominously declared that ‘Greed is good’, however rising urban pop artist, Lhouette evidently subscribes to the notion that colour is good.
And the brighter the better, judging by his latest glam and glitzy compositional acquisition seen here. ‘Forget Me Not’ is certainly no shrinking violet when it comes to the fronting up of a very modern interpretation of a very modern iteration of art. If that sentence makes any sense.
There’s no denying that Lhouette’s work is, like totally rad, man (and woman, man) and is shockingly coloured, specifically in the uber creative approximation of a trendy-looking silhouetted woman with her back to us and her arm laden with what’s essentially a mahoosive bouquet of airbrushed flowers.
Terribly modern love hearts, kisses and smiley faces also figure, compositionally to lend a decided air of #2000andrighthererightnow.