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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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[more Alice Lin | artist found at darksilenceinsuburbia]
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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[more Alice Lin | artist found at darksilenceinsuburbia]
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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[more Alice Lin | artist found at darksilenceinsuburbia]
Artist on Tumblr
Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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Alice Lin | on Tumblr (b.1980, China) - Faramita 彼岸. Canson drawing paper, pencil, 83x41 inches (2014)
Alice Lin is a freelance artist, painter, illustrator and 3D Effects Artist working and living in Beijing. She has been studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry since she was a child. Mixing the watercolor and the traditional Chinese painting techniques, Alice Lin creates a unique, fanciful and whimsical world full of details.
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[more Alice Lin | artist found at darksilenceinsuburbia]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet]
Artist on Tumblr
October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
© All images courtesy of the artist
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
© All images courtesy of the artist
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October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet] Artist on Tumblr
October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet] Artist on Tumblr
October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more October Jones | artist found at mymodernmet] Artist on Tumblr
October Jones | on Tumblr (UK) - Motivational notes
UK-born writer and illustrator October Jones (real name Joe Butcher), the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.
The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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[more Valentin van der Meulen | artist found at likeafieldmouse]
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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[more Valentin van der Meulen | artist found at likeafieldmouse]
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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[more Valentin van der Meulen | artist found at likeafieldmouse]
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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[more Valentin van der Meulen | artist found at likeafieldmouse]
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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[more Valentin van der Meulen | artist found at likeafieldmouse]
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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[more Valentin van der Meulen | artist found at likeafieldmouse]
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Valentin van der Meulen | artist found at likeafieldmouse]
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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Valentin van der Meulen | on Tumblr (b.1979, France)
The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen started with a reflexion about images, their reading and their link with reality. These axes expressed themselves in plastic point of view by cropping, cutting out, contrast and now by erasing.
In a first step, to work from images of print media or internet, including sometimes images of his private sphere, big drawings represent mainly individuals on a black background. These drawings made with charcoal and black stone seem to lose any context in the image and its subject. The spectator who can’t anymore connect them with a precise event or with news which the image in its origin was supposed to represent. In a second step, these drawings are partially or totally erased. Destruction or continuity of process of the act of drawing, these erasing are both made in studio or during public interventions. 
To erase image, it’s to erase as much their subject as the object that’s image. Give it a new temporality, make it imperceptible or revealed. Placing the spectator between ” what was ” and ” what remains “, the erasing allows to wonder about notions of lack, short-lived, disappearance, memory but also of track and heritage. These notions became today the basis of his work.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Dany Reede | on Tumblr (Canada)
Dany Reede is a visual artist from Winnipeg, Canada. His drawing, mostly autobiographical, is heavily influenced by street art, stick and poke tattoos. His work, based on his self-perception, contains an undercurrent of deprecation and melancholy: 
I have never felt comfortable within the realms of the “conceptual insider art world.” Using art as a method to achieve some sort of social status through intellect is something I can’t grasp, and prefer to use it as a therapeutic device to cope with my - often debilitating - social anxiety and depression. My work exemplifies the struggle between my mind’s habitual cravings for a place, while my body is stuck in another. Through reoccurring imagery and text, I am able to create honest, specific, and autobiographical work about the different routines that help me confront this disconnect.
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Miranda Pfeiffer | on Tumblr (USA) - Oblivion. Mechanical pencil on Rives BFK, 82”x42” (2013)
Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer | on Tumblr (USA) - Oblivion. Mechanical pencil on Rives BFK, 82”x42” (2013)
Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer | on Tumblr (USA) - Oblivion. Mechanical pencil on Rives BFK, 82”x42” (2013)
Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer | on Tumblr (USA) - Oblivion. Mechanical pencil on Rives BFK, 82”x42” (2013)
Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Miranda Pfeiffer | on Tumblr (USA) - Oblivion. Mechanical pencil on Rives BFK, 82”x42” (2013)
Miranda Pfeiffer is a Los Angeles based artist and animator, working solely with mechanical pencils. © All images courtesy the artist
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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Winnie Truong | on Tumblr (b.1988, Canada)
All at once beautiful and grotesque, familiar and discomforting; Winnie Truong’s drawings question and subvert our heavily coded ideas of beauty and the status quo while inspiring the imagination. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. She has been portrayed extensively in art publications, blogs, magazines etc. Recently the N.Y times highlighted her work. She has been shown at Volta fair N.Y, and Art Toronto. Winnie truing has recently shown works at the Nerman Art museum KA, USA & Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, USA. (src. Gallery Benoni)
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  • Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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  • Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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  • Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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  • Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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  • Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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  • Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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  • Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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  • Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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[more Victoria Goro-Rapoport | artist found at Empty Kingdom] Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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[more Victoria Goro-Rapoport | artist found at Empty Kingdom] Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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[more Victoria Goro-Rapoport | artist found at Empty Kingdom] Victoria Goro-Rapoport (USA)
Victoria Goro-Rapoport’s early professional life was connected with the theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art College with the BFA in set design in 1985, and continued her education in University of Utah, where she received a MFA in set design in 1998. As a designer, for each new production she had to create and manipulate a unique relationship between the three-walled space of the stage and a human figure. With clever painting and lighting, the stage becomes a magic box. It is capable of transforming into a boundless universe, despite its obvious physical limitations. It can present itself as a natural jungle of the Amazon, or a stone Jungle of New York. A human figure in this invented space may seem powerful or helpless, important or insignificant. The real-life urban or natural environment is not that different from the one on stage. Just like characters of the play, the outside dwellers are capable of changing the space they inhabit, but the space, in turn, can change and mold them. Space can be comfortable, menacing, or enchanting, and so can human beings.In her work, Victoria tries to reflect this mutual diffusion and influence of the people and the world they live in. As an artist and human being, she is interested in exploring the precarious connection between natural and man-made spaces, and the men and women who inhabit them.
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Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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  • Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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  • Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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  • Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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  • Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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  • Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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  • Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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  • Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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  • Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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[more Lio Yeung | Curator’s Monday with Mumy] Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
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Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Lio Yeung | Curator’s Monday with Mumy] Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
© All images courtesy the artist
[more Lio Yeung | Curator’s Monday with Mumy] Curator’s Monday 149
Lio Yeung (HK) - A is Green R is Red curated by Agnes b
Lio was graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. His work has taken numerous prizes in One Show, Cannes, D&AD and TDC in Japan, In 2009, he was awarded Hong Kong Young design talent awards and offer a scholarship to work in Studio Dumbar in Netherlands. Believing commercials can be art, he is studying MA Graphic in Chelsea in London. He set up Art-Glossary magazine with Masa Inaba in 2011 to create a platform for artist and designers to discuss the definitions of art and to share ideas and experiences. With good observation to life and surroundings, Lio wants to explore the obstacles in seeing through paintings and sculptures. Imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks like.
© All images courtesy the artist
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