Where Art Thou On the Wall.

Ladies and Gentleman, welcome London artist and typographer, Sam Winston. Sam has made a niche in decorative arts. His creativity evolves through silkscreen prints of various typfaces and strategic collages. The pieces below are collages of his Romeo & Juliet.

Romeo & Juliet Collage

Romeo & Juliet Collage

Romeo & Juliet Collage

Romeo & Juliet Collage

Detail of collage surface

Detail of collage surface

Romeo & Juliet as a screen-print, follows three images that are actually large columns of text that contain the whole Shakespeare’s play. Instead of presenting the play in its chronological order, Sam divided the text into the three emotional states – Passion, Rage, and Indifference. This means that the works shown below have every line of each part of the play forming the art. Every single letter is cut out and put back together the create the image. Painstakingly brilliant idea.

Passion

Passion

Rage

Rage

Indifference

Indifference

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