Splatter by James Cauty at The Aquarium in London

October 23, 2008


Splatter: the plausible impossibility of death in the minds of cartoon charcters is the title of James Cauty’s latest exhibit at The Aquarium in London. It’s a Damien Hirst-inspired multimedia exploration of Warner Brothers cartoon violence. Badass!
Images taken mashKULTURE, check out a few more from the show here.
Check out James Cauty’s site here.

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    2 Responses to “Splatter by James Cauty at The Aquarium in London”

    1. joey Says:

      This is awesome.

    2. mike Says:

      Insanely cool, I really like the Tom and Jerry statue.