There’s a polished adolescence to the style of Rand Renfrow’s artwork. Of course they are primarily four color screen prints, with some woodcuts with even fewer colors, but the illustrative body of his work remain as simplistic colorwise as those works which demand color restraint. The use of few colors with no realistic dimensions to speak of is a bold choice and one that pays off. It’s the subjects that make the pieces interesting and the disdain for reproducing things are they are that makes this illustrations seem like a part of a universe all their own. Some of Renfrow’s illustrations bedeck The New York Times Magazine already, and he should not rest until they are animated in cartoon format as they already seem to be on the page.