Jordan Domont

Posted on March 25, 2008 Under Art

Domont loves DuPont. Not so much the prominent American industrialist family, but the producers of plastic film Mylar. Artist Jordan Domont uses the translucent son-of-Dacron(TM) to produce these multi-layered images using color drawing ink on 18″ x 24″ sheets. The unstable canvas gives Tina Fey and Philip Seymour Hoffman in Charlie Wilson’s War the impression that they’re dissolving off the page (our apologies to the guy on the extreme left who looks like Philip Baker Hall. And, if it is the Magnolia actor, kudos to Domont for two three-named Philips in one drawing). A couple of sketches over at the website suggest Domont’s muse doesn’t stray far from Hollywood, with Michael Cera in Juno and creepy hippie Devendra Banhart. Since there isn’t much to click over there, if you are interested in securing one of the pieces of fantastic plastic, contact Jordan directly.