Chase by RADICAL!
Medium: Acrylic and marker on wood embedded into found broken microwave door with glass and metal
Art type: Illustration
Date created: 2011
Dimensions: Height 13 in., Width 16 3/4 in.
Weight: 6 lbs. (approx.)
Shipping: Available for an extra charge
About the work: “Chase depicts a pack of dogs with needles for heads, chasing a jogger in a cat suit. The plywood panel is inset in a microwave door. ‘Having [the needles] coming off of hands or out of a mouth, it shows a fear of interaction and socialization,’ Savage says. ‘No matter how cute or inviting I make the characters, people would still be afraid of them. It’s taking into consideration why people feel like they can’t interact in public.'” — in Metroland News, 2011
About the artist: RADICAL! is an artist currently living and working in Capital Region area of New York. He has exhibited work over the past few years locally, while branching out internationally to cities including New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, and Copenhagen, Denmark. Currently an aspiring student, RADICAL! is working towards the completion of an insightful education, and has received his A.S. in Fine Arts up to this point.