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Self-described “roguish operatic dandy,” and America’s Got Talent finalist Prince Poppycock is vividly and beautifully captured in this museum-quality giclée print by legendary L.A. artist and photographer Austin Young. With a body of work that challenges conceptions of gender, beauty, and their nexus, the “pin-up,” Young’s photos are not only provocative, they push the boundaries of acceptance. One of an edition of 100, this fine art print is numbered and signed by the artist.
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Unframed. Austin Young is one of three members of the Los Angeles-based public art collective, Fallen Fruit.
W 18” H 24”
L.A.-based photographer and artist Austin Young refers to himself as a pop culture architect, and has documented pop, sub, and trans culture since 1985. Featured in publications likes Interview, OK, and Flaunt Magazine, his images question common conceptions of both gender and beauty, often employing pin-up motifs that recast the queer icon as sex symbol.