Todd Irwin is an artist that uses several modes of production including design, printmaking, and sculpture. His work incorporates the language of commerce and social commentary with ideas of proliferation. He grew up influenced by his father who worked in specialty advertising and uncle who printed cue cards for the television industry. Having learned initially how to print in t-shirt shops Todd expanded his practice to printing gig posters and eventually working for artists in New York City. He exhibits his own print and sculptural work regularly and has shown at De-construkt in Brooklyn, NY, Station 116 in Athens, OH, and at Silpe Gallery in Hartford, CT. Todd is also the co-creator of the semi-annual silkscreen publication Power Washer Zine. Todd will be a guest speaker for Sonnenzimmer Studio Visit on November 13, 2018.
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