Sam Frullo
I am an illustrator whose work focuses on the connection between collective memory and political identity, and how these influence our perspectives on contemporary life. My work aims to distort and disrupt an audience’s political identity by questioning a collective memory through subversion and manipulation. I’m passionate about the idea of distorting an audience’s political identity to redefine how they perceive and interact with political developments and other people who share a different political identity and collective memory. Consequently, contemporary politics and history are my work’s two main driving forces. In my work, I enjoy exploring the political choices we make as individuals and as a collective society. Using illustration as a platform to challenge the choices we make and exploring how illustration can affect how we view these political issues.
BA (Hons) Illustration