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  • Collection: The Art of Jeff Randall

A large collage made from multiple cut-up, hand-colored, and reformulated copies of item #41, "Pulled Apart," with an added topographical element.

A collage made from cutouts of previous works, with a photograph of Randall in Burning Man "Giant Eyeball" costume in central foreground.

A pen and ink drawing on paper mounted on a paper towel.

A drawing on fibrous paper saturated with green and red ink.

This procession of eyeballs contains an icon that recalls the Reichsadler, or "Imperial Eagle" from Germany's coat of arms (in bright green at right), but it is most likely included here as a reference to the German industrial band Einstürzende…

A drawing that Randall uncharacteristically signed as "Rüde."

A pen and ink drawing based on the front cover graphic of The Tibetan Book of the Dead, Walter Evans-Wentz translation.

This is one of the few Jeff Randall artworks that approaches total abstraction.

A print of an original collage that consists of an arrangement of black figures in patterned garments positioned in front of a copy of item #52, "Threads."

A pixellated version of item #60, Red Eyeball.
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