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Ulysses: Departures, Journeys, & Returns - The Artwork of Andrew Schoultz
Aaron Noble, Caleb Neelon (Sonik), Kevin Chen,
and Travis Jensen:
Ulysses:
Departures, Journeys, & Returns
The Artwork of Andrew Schoultz
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Featuring 180 pages of paintings, drawings, murals, photos, and sketchbook material, Ulysses: Departures, Journeys, & Returns – The Artwork of Andrew Schoultz is the first monograph for Andrew Schoultz.
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Through the use of a rotating cast of symbols that include warhorses, slave ships, swarms of birds, Masonic pyramids, stunned elephants, stripped forests and more, Schoultz renders scenes that are both socially aware and critical. Themes such as class inequality, blind consumerism, militarism, and ecological waste are presented to the viewer to digest.

Schoultz’s work is both a mirror and beacon, telling narratives of our world. To further add context to the images, the book includes 4 essays, written by Aaron Noble, Caleb Neelon (Sonik), Kevin Chen, and Travis Jensen.

180 pages, Hardcover, 7'' x 10'' (178 x 254 mm)
230 color illustrations, English
ISBN: 978-0-9788739-0-5  $ 29.95
About the Artist:
Andrew Schoultz
Andrew Schoultz
Artist Statement: "Art is an uncontrollable passion and obsession. After many travels around the United States for such things as skateboarding and graffiti art, I found a home in San Francisco in 1997, and among other things a great community to exist and make art. The past nine years have brought me the development of a reper­toire of iconic images. Through murals, paintings, installations, and drawings, I have used these images to tell stories about everyday life in America, filtering political commentary through the forms of graffiti art and underground comic, fused with clipart from the early 1990s and medeval renderings that chart the history of man and nature ...
Website: andrewschoultz.com
See also:

Andrew Schoultz: Up in the Air NEW
Andrew Schoultz: Up in the Air
Rife with symbolism, Schoultz's current work illuminates the dangers and horrors of modern life through the incorporation of iconic imagery that echoes the past as it exposes the cyclical nature of the present. more...
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GINGKO PRESS | POP CULTURE | ART BOOK | ISBN-13: 9780978873905 | ISBN-10: 0-9788739-0-4 / 0978873904