LOGO CREATURES

Logo Creature : Pony with Pleated Headdress, 2015 Oil on Linen 23 x 19 inches

Logo Creature : Pony with Pleated Headdress, 2015, oil, acrylic and glue on linen, 23 x 19 inches

Logo Creature : Sidewinder on top of Dissolving Polka Dot Bow Tie, 2014 Oil mixed with glue on Linen on Board 24 x 24 inches

Logo Creature : Sidewinder on top of Dissolving Polka Dot Bow Tie, 2014, oil and acrylic mixed with glue on linen on board, 24 x 24 inches

Logo Creature Study : Rattlesnake 2

Logo Creature Study : Coral Snake 2, 2014, oil and acrylic mixed with glue on linen, 5 x 7 inches

Logo Creature Study : Rattlesnake 3, 2014 Oil mixed with glue on Linen 5 x 7 inches

Logo Creature Study : Rattlesnake 1, 2014, oil and acrylic mixed with glue on linen, 5 x 7 inches

Logo Creature Study : Sidewinder 2, 2014 Oil mixed with glue on Linen 5 x 7 inches

Logo Creature Study : Sidewinder 2, 2014, oil and acrylic mixed with glue on linen, 5 x 7 inches

Logo Creature : House Cat, Incomplete Presentation #1

Logo Creature : House Cat, Incomplete Presentation #1, 2015, sumi ink and oil on Arches oil paper, 18 x 18 inches

Logo Creature Snake Albino Presentation

Logo Creature : Snake, Albino Presentation, 2015, sumi ink and oil on Arches oil paper, 13 x 22.25 inches

Logo Creatures pokes fun at society’s obsession with brand identity while calling into consideration the animals that provide couture with some of its most exclusive raw materials.  Animals are free from self-reflexivity and identity politics, however Kennedy humorously posits horses, snakes, cat and other creatures (all animals which often inspire and, sometimes, are actual victims of the human world of fashion) as bearing fashion-inspired logos not only as a false garment but as an organ inseparable from the being.