Sean Keith uses a cartoonish style to comment on real-world obsessions with money, fame, and capitalism. Keith is an American born artist (b. 1982). Raised in Las Vegas and Los Angeles, art runs wild in his family.
Heavily influenced by UK street artist Banksy, Sean Keith's artwork is characterized by a cheeky brand of appropriation characterized by the use of images from popular culture. He subtly alters the picture and its context, cleverly shifting the tone to create new meaning. A common theme throughout his work is money and the insatiable desire to possess it. The familiar, nostalgic cartoon characters he employs give a playful feeling to his art. These instantly recognizable figures create a quick connection with the viewer while the layered cartoon imagery adds depth to his artworks.
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