"The sculptures look like three-dimensional renderings of pictures from a children's book. This description pleases Hulse, who considers compliments about his art from children more gratifying than the acute criticism of grown-ups.”
-Dan Sheehan, The Morning Call
Patrick Hulse is a multidisciplinary artist and illustrator based in New York. A lover of materials, color, and narrative, Patrick’s work centers on the unique connection possible when viewers begin to physically interact with or enter a story. Through picture books, interactive set pieces, and story artifacts or props, Patrick creates worlds where stories come to life through unique, tactile experiences and images.
You can read more about Patrick's work and what it's all about here.
Patrick is a proud graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design where he received a BFA in Illustration and recently completed a fellowship. He is a Designer at Todd Oldham Studio for Kid Made Modern. He is represented by Studio Goodwin Sturges.
To get in touch about a fun project, collaboration, book, or just to say hi, email firstname.lastname@example.org.