The Melbourne-based artist originally focussed his work on graffiti and street art before steering himself towards fine arts and illustration. His older works showed a flare for appropriating vintage comics and cartoon characters into surreal landscapes, fixing themselves firmly in the visuals of low brow art.
Now his most recent body of work, Utopia, gives way to a more literal interpretation of urban landscapes. His latest works depict crumbling buildings decorated with over-sprawling flora, scatterings of cheeky graffiti, and gritty concrete sidewalks. His signature use of pens and markers illustrate these meticulous details with hyper fluorescent colours. It’s an innovative combination of aesthetics not usually seen and associated with urban degradation, but it is made coherent through Kinninmount’s keen eye.
We asked the man himself about his work, his dream car and the best advice for up and coming artists.
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Thankyou to everyone who came through the gallery last night 🍻💯 your all the best! It was great success 😃 Last chance to see the show @backwoods.gallery today and tomorrow only 12-6pm.. ‘Central Brunswick II’ Assorted markers on 300gsm paper. 27.5 x 37.5cm (framed) -still available!! firstname.lastname@example.org for catalogue! #illustration @ironlak #aquarelle