Dan Funderburgh and the Markus
Born in Seattle and based in Brooklyn, the American artist has reappropriated the Markus with his passion for graphic art and protest posters from the 1970s. The sweater becomes a banner, the ideal canvas for a rebellious mood. Taking on the very spirit of ZADIG&VOLTAIRE, the American artist brings his love of anachronism, mixing references to the Renaissance and the Baroque with pop graphics from the 80s. A tribute to the ornamental styles imagined over time, Dan Funderburgh is the guardian of the visual arts.
"I imagine decorative artworks. So, collaboration is essential for me as it allows me to materialize an idea or a work into something real. ZADIG&VOLTAIRE has a knowledge of the material and a high quality of production that has boosted the potential of my work to its maximum." - Dan Funderburgh