Luxuries

CARTIER OF WILLENDORF (Acrylic on coated paper, 2014)

LOUIS THE FIFTY-FIFTH (Acrylic on coated paper, 2014)

YSL CORN MUFFINS (Acrylic on coated paper, 2014)

GIVENCHY REFRIGERATOR ROLLS (Acrylic on coated paper, 2014)

CHEDDAR FLAVORED FUN FUR (Acrylic on coated paper, 2014)

CHANEL BABY SOUP (Acrylic on coated paper, 2014)

Description

Exploring the disconnect between luxury goods manufactured for an elite class of shopper, and what is “luxurious” to other socio-economic groups, these unexpected mash-ups of logo, brand design, and product are meant to be a humorous visual representing the growing problem of income inequality. They serve to remind the viewer that labels are a façade, and what is luxury has a broad definition.