William BIL Anderson
William BIL Anderson JR creates conceptual post-modernism and or contemporary super flat art, based on elements of Japanese manga, comic pop art, surrealism, Rastafarian & alternative street art. The concepts for his work were initiated while recovering from a traumatic brain injury. Among other concepts, he creates abstract representations of the Australian Aboriginal Yowie Quinkin character, illustrated and created in a contemporary Australian Japanese manga format, developing theories relating to the outsider or otaku from contemporary Australasian Japanese contexts.
Williams’ artworks with the concept originating from the super flat art movement – a postmodern art movement created by Takashi Murakami (2000) which references the outsider subcultures of otaku via the consumerism and sexual fetishism that is prevalent in post-war Japanese culture.
Psychedelic Super Flat Comics
Art, sounds and Music by William BIL Anderson JR
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Tracks and recorded sounds copy right 2017 William BIL Anderson JR.