Sunday, 17 April 2016
Stained-Glass Windows of Art and (Counter)Culture Icons
In 2010 and 2011 the Englich artist Neal Fox created a stunning series of stained-glass windows - along the lines of those usually found in European cathedrals - dedicated to well-known and controversial artists and "counterculture" icons. Among them you can find the father of LSD Albert Hofmann, the "man in black" Johnny Cash, the esoteric master Aleister Crowley, the English dystopian writer James G. Ballard, the eccentric rhythm and blues musician Screamin' Jay Hawkins and the "beat" surrealist genius writer William S. Burroughs....
(see the complete gallery and read about this art project here)