Garrett Pruter is an artist and graphic designer living in New York, USA, where he has studied Illustration at Parsons School of Design.
In his project “Asylum”, Garrett Pruter constructs architectural wonders – “never-ending cities” – using collage and drawing techniques. His cities are detailed yet stripped down and roughly coloured in black and white, in different shapes, occasionally with a contrasting, sharp red or pink accentuated color. By combining graphite and acrylic on top of collages of found images, Pruter creates his never-ending cities – a kind of dystopic cities “that infinitely expands onto itself on exponential levels”.
Four works from Pruters’ project “Asylum” are now for sale at Up Your Wall – nr. 1, 4, 5, 9.
Go here to see what it looks like in Garrett’s studio.