POSTER OF THE MONTH
iPod Struttin’ Her Soul 2007
72” x 48 ½”
Spring is here, but some of us prefer hotter climes! Like a tall palm tree, this monumental burst of energy, in homage to the Apple iPod musical system, evokes the teeming rain forests where zesty things sprout by the millions.
This is, however, not merely a random, exuberant depiction of the joys of dance tunes. In its encompassing the legendary art deco icon, Josephine Baker---she of the banana skirt---it is a call to love the heat of a newer and freer world. The torque of the figure's body entails cutting a swath through an all-too-prevalent feebleness and standing up for a much needed upgrade upon sensual phenomena. Primal---not primitive---kinetics are in play across this vast expanse---and we have the chic little silver invention to disclose a technical future rooted in a musical logic of the heart.
(This series was ardently supported by Apple CEO and visionary, Steve Jobs.) Do visit our full range of the iPod campaign--coming later this month. We know you won't be disappointed!