Belle de Jour
About the artwork
It’s said that Luis Buñuel always dreamed of shooting a Western. This poster reimagines Buñuel’s classic Belle de Jour as a cowboy movie. A playful take on the film’s motif of rope bondage and whips, the lasso lettering hints at a transgressive subtext. Inspired by Ed Ruscha’s text art and rodeo flyers, the poster draws a connection between erotic fantasy and wholesome Americana.
About Logan Criley
Art-historical icons, loosed on the world
“A playful take on rope bondage.”
Los Angeles-raised Logan Criley is interested in the way that the icons of art history have become “floating signifiers” cut loose from their original contexts, whether on the Internet or in American architecture. Criley draws inspiration from literature, like Umberto Eco’s essay “Tra...
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