The use of monochromatic art has been explored throughout the twentieth and twenty first century. Painters, exploring the use of a single color, expressed that value over different surfaces and light, and this durable idiom of contemporary art survives to this very day.
Much like Milton Resnick, An Reinhardt, or Richard Pousette-Dart, I too find myself drawn to the simple elegance of the monochrome. You might say I love the monochrome when used in the right situations. You might go so far as to label me a Monochromantic.
Anway- here is this here mallet that Horse helped me make (helped me in that I supplied the material and he put it together).
- Milk Ninja Head
- Milk Mounting System
- Creamy Shaft
- Baseball Bat Grip
It’s just beautiful, and I think the Lyrical abstraction and Neo-Dada impressionalism of it is truly closer to the minimalists (here I think of Ryman, Marden, and Stella) than to the more exploratory narration of the European “Blue Epoch.”
I love you, Wikipedia.