Noisey: How Post Malone Became Pop’s Most Suffocating Pop Presence

Noisey reached out for an illustration to accompany their article in VICE Magazine’s Means of Production Issue, about Post Malone becoming a ubiquitous household name through collaborations, commercialism and the occasional white-washed pop song.

My goal was to portray Post Malone as the fast food of music by referencing an old McDonal’s ad where Ronald McDonald has his arms out and a rainbow appears from hand to hand. Instead of the clown makeup, Post is covered in altered tattoos. Instead of the rainbow, he is promoting some of his products lke Doritos, Crocs, and Bud Light. Read the article here.