Pizza Cutters By Frankie Flood

The outlaw biker image is a break from the conformity that has taken over America since industrialization. My machined pizza cutters draw inspiration from chopper motorcycles and attempt to reclaim the mythology and economic usefulness of the American worker as patriarch; translating machine or functional object into flesh and blood. The outlaw as defiant nonconformist, as well as social outcast, parallels being an artist who makes functional objects and being an individual who takes pride in the power of invention and skill.

A complex and deep way for artist and teacher Frankie Flood to say that he makes badass pizza cutters. These are pizza cutters that will punch you in the face if they don’t like the way you look at them. Pizza cutters who will ride off with that pretty young daughter of yours for a lifetime of reckless and terrible debauchery, never to return. These pizza cutters will fuck your pizza up, no goddamn problem, boy.

via The Daily What

4 Responses to “Pizza Cutters By Frankie Flood”

  1. Luke Copping Says:

    I must own one or possibly several of these immediately. I can think of a million uses, seriously, The only thing these images are missing is blurry speed trails behind the cutters. They look like they have some power.

  2. LiiLii Says:

    that is some serious pizza paraphernalia…SERIOUS I say!

  3. Ben Says:

    I’ve always said the world needs more existential pizza cutters… hm.

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