is a Toronto-based illustrator who is heavily influenced by his interest in historical trends in interior design and architecture.
In the past few years he has been looking at specific revivalist developments that include Louis Comfort Tiffany’s
resuscitation of medieval glass techniques in late 19th century commercial applications; the 1980’s filtering of Art Deco, Pop and Minimalism in furniture and interior design; and the continual mutation of Gothic architecture up to the present day. His interest is to engage with these chameleonic sources by twisting, distorting and translating them further through the practice of
More about Luke Painter and his works here.