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Based on the scientific periodic table we all had to learn at school, this version of the tabular display replaces the chemical elements with the worst elements of humankind. The British designers at Dorothy have conceptualized their own table by replacing hydrogen with greed and cobalt with corruption. So, one question remains: which elements do you personally need to dilute, diffuse, or decrease?
One-color lithograph on uncoated colored art paper. Special open edition with metallic gold-toned ink. Unframed.
120 GSM Coloured Uncoated Paper
W 23.62” H 31.50”
When four advertising vets turned to their own ideas in 2010, Ali, Phil, Jim, and Tich became Dorothy. A Manchester, England-based studio, Dorothy creates conceptual artwork and products that reimagine familiar entities in new forms: Hollywood stars become astrological maps, the dollar sign is made a symbol of getting screwed, and pop charts turn color wheels.