lunes, 22 de agosto de 2011
Milk and blood, feathers and claws and an ocean between.
On one side of the ocean you can find Amanda Nedham, an artist that uses graphite on watercolour to create violently realistic images of animals (or humans turn into animals?). On the other side an old favourite of mine: Dan Hillier. He alters Victorian Engravings to make very strong new images. This time I bring you his latest work Feathers and claws. One from Canada and the other from the UK they both explore the limits between animal and human through their images.