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  • Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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  • Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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  • Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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  • Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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  • Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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  • Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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  • Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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  • Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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[more Larry Kagan | artist found at from89] Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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[more Larry Kagan | artist found at from89] Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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[more Larry Kagan | artist found at from89] Larry Kagan (USA)
Larry Kagan’s sculptures use light and shadow as an active agent. Kagan constructs abstract metal three dimension forms. Looking at a piece of Kagan’s sculptural work without interaction with light it appears to be a modernist construction. When activated by light, however, the cast shadow creates an image.  This metaphysical transformation of the sculpture is confounding, leaving the viewer to question the relationship of  the form from object to refraction. Larry Kagan has shown extensively across the United States and internationally. (src. Lonsdale Gallery) 
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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  • Artist on Tumblr
Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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Giordano Rizzardi | on Tumblr (Italy)
Giordano Rizzardi is an artist from Veneto, Italy. While studying the classical art, he also pursued a graduate degree in the virtual environments and the new technologies. After this dual training, he continues his research in the field of view, from the photography, the video art, to the installation. Rizzardi develops the theme of the human being, which remains at the center of his work. Seeing connections in disconnected elements, he also creates ties which seem forced or unnatural. Rizzardi has participated in many group exhibitions in Italy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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[more Celia Smith | artist found at Colossal] Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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[more Celia Smith | artist found at Colossal] Celia Smith (UK)
Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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Celia Smith uses wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is Celia’s primary concern. For her, the wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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  • Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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[more Sophie Gamand | artist found via Colossal] Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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[more Sophie Gamand | artist found via Colossal] Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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[more Sophie Gamand | artist found via Colossal] Sophie Gamand (France/USA) - Wet dog
Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2010, Gamand’s photography explores the complex dynamics of the relationship between dogs and humans. With both a documentary and fine-art approaches, she questions the place that dogs occupy in the human society. Her series Wet Dog showcases portraits of dogs photographed during their least favorite activity: bath time. Exposing the dogs at a vulnerable moment, Gamand is able to capture their wide range of expressions. She believes dogs are more than animals and have acquired a status of persona. They mirror humans and the bond we have developed with them says a lot about our own solitude and social challenges. Gamand also donates photography time and expertise to animal charities and shelters. 
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Bryan Holland | on Tumblr (USA)
Bryan has worked professionally as an artist, a graphic artist, and a college professor. His work has been in numerous solo and invitational exhibitions, has been published in several journals and is part of many collections. Influenced by graphic design, vintage art, painting, photography, mythology and a little bit of science and philosophy, Bryan’s most recent work is a mix of painting, collage, found art, image transfer techniques, and a variety of other experimentation:
"Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I’d taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements. This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I’ve explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work."
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Artist on Tumblr
Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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Mattias Snygg | on Tumblr (Sweden) - Animals 
Swedish artist Mattias Snygg is a creative professional with a background in fine art. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and narrative director on AAA video games at video game developer Starbreeze. As a freelancer he has created art for various projects, books and films.
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