The work of illustrator and graphic artist Kathryn Macnaughton is full of famous faces and classic titles. In book covers commissioned by Penguin UK, her textured, collage aesthetic brings Lolita and the work of John Steinbeck into the 21st century. Remixed cultural icons are at the center of Macnaughton’s other projects; she irreverently stamps an inverted Campbell’s soup can over Andy Warhol’s melting face and slaps a David Bowie T-shirt on a Warhol-esque trio of faceless Patti Smiths. Click through to see a selection of her work, which we discovered via BLDGWLF, and then visit her website for more.
Image credit: Kathryn Macnaughton