According to their type description, INFPs seek goodness and per their name, are great communicators.
They also are story tellers. Whether it be Eleanor Ray’s soft, intimate interiors, Zachary Carlisle Davidson’s illustrative prints or William Paul Thomas’s plush blanket series, these INFPs are writing new narratives – narratives that have been otherwise overlooked, ones that use new materials, ones that make space for the digital and ones that star new characters.
INFP Part I: Eleanor Ray, William Paul Thomas (interviewed here) and Zachary Carlisle Davidson (interviewed here).
Eleanor Ray, Green Construction Fence, 2013, Oil on Panel, 4 x 5″
William Paul Thomas, Eatin’, Polyester Fleece, 80″ x 60″
Zachary Carlisle Davidson, Echo Chamber
Eleanor Ray, Villa Livia III, 2016, oil on panel, 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches
William Paul Thomas, French for Antoine, Polyester Fleece, 80″ x 60″
Zachary Carlisle Davidson,“tHE pLAcEs U wiLL GO”, screenprint – spraypaint stencil- chine collé