• Design Free Thursday | Steve Lambert.


    Posted on 31st May, by Dana Tomić Hughes in graphics + illustration, installations, random fun. 3 Comments

     

    Steve Lambert is an American conceptual installation artist and all around shit-stirrer. My kind of dude, really. I find his work to be intelligent, brave, eye-catching, interesting and funny, but these are just some of the reasons I love it so much. Each piece is also relevant and engaging, casting a light-heart but solemn critique on our daily lives, questioning our society and our beliefs.

    Genius!

     


    [Discovered via The Jealous Curator. Images courtesy of Steve Lambert.]





  • 3 Responses to “Design Free Thursday | Steve Lambert.”

    1. Genius indeed! Thanks for introducing me to Steve works! They are really thought provoking and eye catching!

    2. life says:

      Lake Worth Beach? That’s like putting lipstick on a pig and calling it a beauty queen! Lake Worth east of I95 should be called “Lake Worthless”! Read the news about the place and drive through it not worth the time.



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