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Phil Goss: Open Door

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Art: The distorted beauty of the world through the eyes of Phil Goss

Just when you thought you had grown out of felt tips, here comes RCA grad Phil Goss cycling down the canal to get you intimately reacquainted with them. His work, which dances between printmaking and observational drawing, is a colourful, naive and slightly wonky look at the world around us. One of his works entitled Teapot is a fantastic drawing of a silver teapot with his own personal, wobbly self portrait reflected in it. It’s funny because a lot of his work feels like looking into a shiny teapot – things are distorted, but funny, and generally better. Check out the rest of this mysterious work – including some wallpaper he has made – over on his site.

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Phil Goss: Teapot

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Phil Goss: Door Door

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Phil Goss: Cafe Drawings

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Phil Goss: Cafe Drawings

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Phil Goss: Cafe Drawings

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Phil Goss: Artworks

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Phil Goss: Open Door

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Phil Goss: Open Door