Jose Hates Life, But We Really Like Their Aesthetic

By Alex Wikoff - 
Jose Hates Life, But We Really Like Their Aesthetic

Dynamically queer, and at the crossroads of pop art, surrealism, and the absolutely bizarre

Jose Hates Life’s artwork lives somewhere at the crossroads of pop art, surrealism, and the absolutely bizarre, but to be completely honest, anyone that comes up with a tattoo of Fran Drescher, Willam from RuPaul’s Drag Race, and Dana Scully is A++ in my book.

Favoring subjects of the recent pop-culture past, the most accurate way to describe Jose Hates Life’s work is to imagine if Edward Gorey illustrated prominent pop-art subjects whilst on acid.

Sexually charged with queer undertones, their work is reminiscent of a 90’s club kid’s drug induced dream, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

You can see more of Jose Hates Life's work on their Instagram

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