Elliot from Mr. Robot portrait (2016)
A3 in size - Inks, pencils, coloured card, magazine collage.
Signed and numbered edition of 30.
Available as a high quality giclee print on matt-finish smooth rag paper.
Original cut and paste illustration also available to buy - email me at dunstancarter(at)gmail.com for info.
From chats I've had with box set addicted friends it seems a lot of people weren't convinced by season two of US drama series, Mr. Robot. I guess they found it a bit convoluted and tricksy. I loved it though. I think the show has a tendency to try too hard to twist and turn at times, but better that than a stale show trundling along with hackeneyed plot twists and 'seen it all before' story lines. Mr. Robot dares to be grim and depressing whilst toying with it's viewers. God knows where it'll go in season three but I liked the show enough to cut and paste an illustration of Rami Malek's, Elliot and I think I've got his weary but wired look just right. As with the majority of my illustrations I've not bothered digitising anything (apart from getting it print ready) and avoided plastering any text over the top.