Texas lawyer Philip Durst creates collages, drawn to the pattern and repetition that are also the hallmarks of quilting. Just as quilts were traditionally made with scraps and left-over fabrics, Durst works with cast-off paint chips, books, candy boxes, and other packaging . (Above: Mothra, We Hardly Knew Ye 33×40.75” comic books, packaging)
-Double, Double, This, This (II), Starbucks coffee cups, packaging, law book pages
-Revolt of the Silesian Weavers 26 x 22”, paper, paint
When not creating art, Durst practices employment and civil rights law, and teaches as an adjunct law professor at University of Texas law school.
Philip Durst’s website, here.
Images are from the Davis Gallery in Austin, Texas, here.