It’s a complex issue: the scale of animal cruelty is shocking, yet full of blurred lines such as fox hunting, and most people agree animal conversation is crucial, but it remains a tough battle and inconsitent with our lifestyles.
In Patrick George’s simple yet powerful illustrations, the urgency of animal suffering becomes blindingly obvious.
Falmouth School of Art graduate Patrick’s exhibition at The Coningsby Gallery, you can kill two birds with one stone- well, er, damage two clay pigeons anyway - by not only enjoying eye-popping, gorgeous, concept-driven art, but learning about animal cruelty and conservation.
Here, we’ve collected our favourite of Patrick’s first exhibition from this simultaneously cute and sad panda illustration (shown) to an orca shrunk of its majesty. Find out more about the exhibition.
The exhibition runs 27 June - 9 July The Coningsby Gallery, London.
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