Chad Wys is a master of repurposing within the digital art world. He deconstructs classic pieces then experiments with them, producing pieces that bear new layers and demand a need for reevaluation and a refreshed perspective. He’s kinda like a mixed media Danger Mouse.
It’s Sunday. You’re fifteen minutes west of downtown Chicago. And you’ve realized your life is a hollow, empty shell that can only be made right with a desk-top anvil, a sculling oar, and some Foolish Crow Habanero Hot Sauce. Fortunately, you’re also in River Forest, and the newly opened Yearbook has everything you need.
Struck by wanderlust, but don’t want to leave home? MotoArt’s repurposed airplane furniture range includes 747 jet liner beds and desks metamorphosed from wings, all looking very sharp. Problem solved.