Human figure as an icon, symbol, sign. Humanography performed by Robert Lardus refers to the art of calligraffiti. It is true that the artist does not use typical calligraphy, typography and graffiti. He creates new symbols based on simplified drawings of the conventional figure of a human being: Calligraffiti in Robert Lardus Humanography, by using simple iconic forms referring to letters. In this way, the artist obtains a completely new, wider message. The figures have been changed aesthetically, they go beyond the literal meaning of human drawings. The characters or their groups form complex visual compositions. For Robert Lardus, the reference to calligraffiti is an aesthetic and intellectual experience. It allows him to express himself uncontrollably. This is definitely more than the traditional use of icons and signs. It is a way to create a completely new symbolism.
Postpainterly, Expresionism, Contemporary, Calligraphy, Calligrafitti, Abstraction, Original Painting, Abstract Painting