News__ Un-Commercializing Women
Graham Little is restoring our dignity, one drawing at a time
Born in Scotland in 1972, Graham Little now lives and works in London. His new work is centered around the commercialization of women. Taking advertisements from 1970s editions of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, Little re-works them from sexualized images of women aimed at selling clothes into beautiful, pensive moments aimed at exploring women’s stories and emotions. These intricate drawings give us a glimpse into private moments that are (thankfully) devoid of cheap ploys to sell us things we don’t really need.
See more of Graham Little’s new work below.