Portfolio > POST NO HATE 2020 - Present

POST NO HATE is a visual dialogue between artist and viewer as both attempt to see life beyond the pandemic. The imagined street scenes feel familiar, but are suspended in time, in limbo between pre- and post-virus.

POST NO HATE is a series of large-scale canvases inspired by the graffiti and sticker art of international urban street culture and emblematic of a world in lockdown. The origin for this new work lies in MacDonald’s own photographs of street signs, graffiti and pop culture sticker art taken during pre-pandemic. Photoshop facilitates the reduction of forms and the removal of color from these photographs. The new graphics are then digitally collaged together and painted to create a completely reimagined street scene.

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archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 54"
2020
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archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 54" Editions of 3
2021
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archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 54" Editions of 3
2022
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archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 54" Editions of 3
2022
Missing in Miami
archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 54" Editions of 3
2022
Missing in Miami
archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 54" Editions of 3
2022
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archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 54" Editions of 3
2021
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archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 54" Editions of 3
2021
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archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 54" Editions of 3
2022
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acrylic and archival pigment print on canvas
44" x 94"
2020
acrylic and ink on canvas
132" x 94"
2020
London Wall
archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 48" Editions of 3
2019
Amsterdam Wall
archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 48" Editions of 3
2019
Miami Wall
archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 48" Editions of 3
2019
Don't Ask me to babysit
archival pigment print on canvas
36" x 48" Editions of 3
2020