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Ouvreventre
By Niark1  RUN # 00034
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Ouvreventre
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Max Edition Size: 30
SIZE12x16 inch
TYPEGiclée on 330gsm 100% Archival Cotton Paper
EST SHIPPING4-6 weeks
AVAILABILITYShips worldwide
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The hyper-intensity that results when surrealism is applied to the liberated spirit of graphic design is a wonder to behold these days. Take this piece by Niark1, for example. A tableau of morphed figures and animals, it is a colorful rearrangement of familiar energies and evokes the "teeming fun" that one British writer famously ascribed to the microscopic world. But there is also the substance of menace; the two most prominent figures in the painting seem adversarial or (at the very least) none too happy with each other. Plus, the alert viewer will notice that the multi-legged chimera is itself an apparent creation (offspring?) of that mechanical canoid of dubious origin. Teratology has taken a holiday here and Bosch himself would have been pleased with this modest garden of unearthly delights.
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