A Pop Goes The Culture Animation

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MILKSHAKE appears at first to be stylistically figurative and spatially compact, like a puzzle. However the unfolding of the scene remains strikingly alluring only when cut off from any potential narrative that moves forward to enact the momentum of time beyond itself. The question is, will the projected tone survive the narrative or must it remain divorced and isolated as a moment, instead, of space? This composition is available for Limited Edition printmaking or one-of-a-kind custom hand-embellished finished pieces on paper, canvas or other media substrates. The art is designed for large-scale printing so please contact Charles for print pricing options. The animations are best viewed on a computer monitor at full size, however, a mobile-optimized preview variation of most is also available on Instagram ( Scroll down to view the animated work.

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Milkshake Animation

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"He wasn’t talkative, but she liked that. And he looked so good in his custom roadster. He always ordered a vanilla milkshake, she could count on it. She liked that too because he was reliable. Their courtship was all fire and flame, although brief. Indeed, they drafted in the slipstream of the nation then— all fire and flame and pregnant with future promise. But in time, the servings inflated and her service kept pace. He liked little change and she, to remain in place. Someday, he thought, it’ll be again as it was. Someday, she thought, I’ll get a break from all the fuss."

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