The Animal Ringolis Design exhibition is now underway at the Metropolitan Museum.
It is one of several exhibitions in the New York City area, which are designed by artist and illustrator Ringoli, and feature illustrations from a wide variety of artists, ranging from Andy Warhol to Andy Warham.
The New York Times is reporting that the exhibition is “designed by Andy Warburton, the illustrator behind the cartoon animal characters that dominate pop culture.”
Warburton has collaborated with artists like David Byrne, and John Lewis, to design a series of illustrations inspired by the animals and the environments in the film and television shows that have influenced his work.
Here’s the description from the exhibition’s official website: Ringoli’s drawings depict a diverse array of animals from a variety of different species and habitats.
His drawings are an extension of his interest in animals, which include animals and plants, insects, birds, and insects and mammals, among others.
In the end, he hopes that their diverse nature allows his drawings to represent a universal human experience.
This isn’t the first time that Warburts art has made its way to the museum.
In March, the New Yorker published an interview with Warburt about his drawings and the New Museum.
Warburtons art has also been on display at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Tate Modern.
In an interview from March, he said that the work is one that “comes out of a place of self-exploration, that is very much a work of exploration.”
The New Museum is located at 2nd Avenue and Fifth Street, just a few blocks away from the Metropolitan Opera House.
There are several other exhibitions that feature Warburons work.
In April, he gave a TEDx talk about the animal illustrations in his work and the idea of animals as subjects.