Mocre – Radioactive Animals

Mocre is a multidisciplinary artist from Mexico. His latest work inspired by the radioactive animals that live in Chernobyl (such as: wolves, deers, bisons, horses, beavers, birds, wild boars among others), represents union of the ambient and wildlife, like a power fusion facing a human error.

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Masayoshi Matsumoto – Animal Balloon Sculptures

Japanese artist Masayoshi Matsumoto is a balloon twister who makes unbelievably intricate balloon sculptures. From prickly glowing sea creatures and crustaceans to spiders Matsumoto can interpret just about anything using nothing but balloons.

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Roa – “METAZOA” @ Jonathon Levine Gallery

Belgian multidisciplinary artist ROA currently has a show on display at the infamous Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City entitled “Metazoa.” The show which showcases ROA’s signature series of animal portraits that we’ve seen time and time again in large scale on the street. Judging by the photos they appear to be just as impressive indoors.

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Li-Hill – “Carbon” @ Cave Gallery

Our man Li-Hill has unveiled some of his most recent works at the C.A.V.E Gallery in Los Angeles. We recently posted up the mural that he painted while in town for the show (HERE), but we have recently stumbled across images of his fine art work that was in the show. Using his beautiful rendering technique and expressive style, Li-Hill nailed this show.

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