The Toxic Bride
First was the dating stage, next follows the wedding. This is the next chapter in the thematic work of Bendigo Street Artist, Mr Dimples. His last exhibition explored the frustrations and humour behind the dating world, this exhibition aims to capture the up and down rollercoaster ride of weddings.
There is an old saying that runs true; “Hurt an artist, and you’ll see masterpieces of what you have done”. This is the case with Mr Dimples’ current exhibition, The Toxic Bride.
This is the age-old story of a friendship breakdown due to many events and occurrences leading to and just after a friend’s wedding, which the artist finally stopped biting his tongue and finally snapped.
For this show, Mr Dimples sought the stories from his friends, family and Instagram followers for their wedding party horror stories, and combined these with his own personal stories. And here are the results.
The artist has used one his old character, the Corpse Bride as a vehicle to show the artist’s dislike for the concept of weddings, marriage and other archaic expectations from society as seen his previous exhibitions, and teamed it up with the age-old concept of the Bride-Zilla.
Enjoy the epic stories of The Toxic Bride.
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