Seripop's paint and paper installations are an immersive homage to pop posters

Date
20 February 2013
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1 minute read

Canadian creative duo Seripop have been collaborating for over a decade now, producing bold, brash artwork in a variety of media. Having spent over eight years designing gig posters for the great and the good of Montreal’s expansive music scene (they’re responsible for MSTRKRFT’s debut album The Looks) they’ve recently diversified their output into fine art installations, filling gallery spaces with elaborate monuments that are bursting with colour. Though the medium has changed, the aesthetic remains and entering their giant painted paper works is very much like being enveloped in swathes of crumpled pop posters.

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Seripop: The Options That Are Offered to Us: the Least Likely / The Most Tolerable

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Seripop: The Options That Are Offered to Us: the Least Likely / The Most Tolerable

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Seripop: The Options That Are Offered to Us: the Least Likely / The Most Tolerable

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Seripop: The Options That Are Offered to Us: the Least Likely / The Most Tolerable

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Seripop: The Options That Are Offered to Us: the Least Likely / The Most Tolerable

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Seripop: En Finir Avec, Sans Aller au Fond des Choses

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Seripop: En Finir Avec, Sans Aller au Fond des Choses

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Seripop: En Finir Avec, Sans Aller au Fond des Choses

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Seripop: En Finir Avec, Sans Aller au Fond des Choses

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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