Lindsay Woodack is a 23-year-old multidisciplinary graphic designer hailing out of New Jersey.
Inspired by pop-art, surrealism and advertising; her work consists of stippled, hand-embellished prints transformed from photos and drawings. Using photography as a method of documentation; she intentionally abuses, neutralizes and mutes saturation levels to convey emotion about a time and place. In contrast to this, her stippling is intentionally left black and white for audiences to absorb images through their textures. Some common themes in her work include cognitive dissonance, displacement theory and ambiguous losses in the form of iconography.