is an Canadian artist and designer. He lives and works in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is inspired by a range of artists including: Picasso, Braque, Rauschenberg, Cezanne, Eduardo Recife (Misprinted Type) and the Dadaism movement. With his take on Synthetic Cubism and Dadaism, he tries to merge the “superficial” world of pop-art with the classic-but-sometimes-stale traditional world of fine art. Mosher brings together a mix of wet and dry media to create collage/cut-paper art and illustrations in both analog and digital mediums. He has gathered a large collection of old magazines, newspapers, and books, and attempts to use every last piece of paper in his work. Much of the source material dates back to the early 1900s, donated to him by a former Harvard archivist. Mosher finds color extremely important, and tends to utilize a cohesive signature color palette although he may deviate slightly depending upon the project and client.
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