By Michelle Wilding in New Art on Saturday 2 July 2011
New York-based artist Shay Kun describes his work as ‘an infusion, a hybrid of absurdities’. I think they’re wonderful and capture the grandeur of nature in an almost heavenly way.
By Zolton in New Art on Saturday 29 January 2011
New York-based artist Saxton Freymann carves awesome human-like features into fruit and vegetables, which he has parlayed into seven successful children’s books.
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By Nini Baseema in New Photography on Friday 8 October 2010
‘Caution: looking at this website may cause unexpected jokes and strange effects on normal behavior’, that’s what Charles Clifton (aka Chip) Simons advises the viewer before approaching his website.
Share your favourite cultural finds with the Lost At E Minor community and become famous in the process. Well, kinda.
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