Filth – Artist Profile

April 01, 2021

Filth is the alter ego of artist and designer Lucas Irwin. For over a decade, Irwin has been creating art under the umbrella corporation of Filth Robotics, Inc. His work has found itself at home across multiple platforms including product design, editorial, designer toys, illustration, interactive design and motion graphics and has been exhibited at galleries across the US, Europe and Japan. He currently works as a freelance designer in his new hometown of Portland, Oregon.

Filth Robotics – Building yesterday’s tomorrow, today.

Work

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Web

Website www.filthrobotics.com
Blog www.filthrobotics.blogspot.com

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