FINN, Brian

September 12, 2018 on Uncategorized by steve

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Through his pencil drawn portraits, Brian Finn, a Montreal based graphic designer and illustrator, builds a bridge between the bold rhymes of the music and the toughness, if not to say the crudeness, of its performers.

Some of his characters display a tremendous sense of confidence. Brian Finn’s stroke grasps what we call “attitude”, and what in French can be described a level of hauteur. We find it present in the posture between bard and poet – typical to theater characters – that the singers adopt.