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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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Hari & Deepti (India/USA) 
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist. 
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
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  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
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  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
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  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
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  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver]
  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver]
  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver]
  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver]
  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver]
  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver]
  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver]
  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver]
  • Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver]
Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver] Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver] Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver] Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver] Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
[more Redmer Hoekstra | artist found at nevver] Redmer Hoekstra (Netherlands)
Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Hoekstra has more work over on Behance and you can pick up postcards, prints and other things in his shop. (src. Feel Design)
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  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
  • Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met]
Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met] Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met] Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met] Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
[more Ben Foster | artist found at My Modern Met] Ben Foster (New Zealand)
"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion." Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape. (src: My Modern Met)
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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  • Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
[more Angela Rizza | Curator’s Monday with sosuperawesome] Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
[more Angela Rizza | Curator’s Monday with sosuperawesome] Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
[more Angela Rizza | Curator’s Monday with sosuperawesome] Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
[more Angela Rizza | Curator’s Monday with sosuperawesome] Curator’s Monday 143 - Tumblr Artist
Angela Rizza | on Tumblr (USA)
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Marina Dieul (France/Canada)
Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since studied with Tim Stotz and Michelle Tully, former students of Ted Seth Jacobs. Her work has received numerous awards and honors and has been extensively profiled in International Artist Magazine, among others. Most recently she won the William Bouguereau Best of Show Award, and first place in the drawing category at the Art Renewal Center Salon, and the Best of Show in the “Inspiring Figures” exhibition (Butler Institute of American Art). She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, the Portrait Society of America, and the International Guild of Realism. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
[more Mu Pan | Curator’s Monday with loic-arnaud]
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
[more Mu Pan | Curator’s Monday with loic-arnaud] Curator’s Monday 141
Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
[more Mu Pan | Curator’s Monday with loic-arnaud] Curator’s Monday 141
Mu Pan 潘慕文 (b.1976, Taiwan/USA) - Little Big Horn
Brooklyn-based artist Mu Pan infuses his paintings and drawings with political references, historic events and iconic imagery from his native Taiwan. As a child of a military family, he often focuses his work on grotesque and surrealist reinterpretations of famous battles, mixed with fantastic terror scenarios of warriors fighting with dogs, frogs and other strange-animal-human mutations. The line-drawn and watercolor paintings created by Pan demand careful study. His work is not for the faint of heart; it’s riddled with explorations of the darker sides of humanity and serves as a fantasy satirisation of contemporary life. (source: Hi-Fructose Magazine, io9, It’s Nice That) Our sincere thanks to loic-arnaud for introducing us Pan’s work, and to Artist for the images. 
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
[more Calvin Nicholls] Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
[more Calvin Nicholls] Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
[more Calvin Nicholls] Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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