Medium: Hand signed, hand embellished, limited edition serigraph on paper
Size: 44.0cm x 31.0cm
Good To Know: Unframed, stored flat in humidity controlled art storage facility, condition report available upon request
Where does one start with any attempt to describe HUSH's decidedly unique style in the space of a few sentences? An obvious starting point would be his focus on the female form, the artist having said in an interview that “the female form is art, and I always like to convey the power of the female form and how the presence of a woman can influence.”
However, there’s also the undeniable fusion of Eastern and Western cultures to consider that helps to make up the HUSH aesthetic, as even the women he depicts are not just any women, but instead a blend of classical Sirens, Japanese Geishas and hyper-sexualised Babushkas. "S is for Sugar" is a great example of this concept.
Source: Hush: The Power, Innocence, Beauty and Cunning of Feminine Sexuality