Adam Cohn, ‘Hello I Think You're Nice. Let's be Friends.’, 2006, Robert Fontaine Gallery

Adam Cohn was born in 1970 grew up in suburban Philadelphia, and has lived in Portland, Oregon and Amsterdam. He attributes the straightforward aspect of Dutch culture as a strong influence in his work, as well as his fascination with language, word origin, and communication. His playful silkscreen word art is displayed on a solid background with all lower case letters to match the simple messages they invoke. For instance, “hello. i think you are nice. let’s be friends.” His series of these types of phrases come in editions of 100 and are signed and numbered. He lives and works near Boston, Massachusetts.

This artwork is sold framed.

Signature: Signed Numbered