Glasgow-based artist Lola Dupré (previously) continues her apply of slicing and rearranging footage and art work historic works into cleverly surreal collages. Her newest manipulations embody a blockheaded Léon Bonnat, a complete row of irresistible pet eyes, and a twisted rendition of George Stubbs’s “The Kongouro from New Holland.” Dupré’s cat, Charlie, nonetheless finds himself as fodder for the weird works—see two objects centered on him beneath—and the artist is presently throughout the course of of constructing her 33rd portrait of the orange-and-white feline. Uncover additional of the Dupré’s compositions throughout the latest drawback of Standart Magazine, retailer originals and prints on her site, and see the distorted works particularly particular person at Portland’s Brassworks Gallery later this 12 months. You too can observe along with the contorted creations on Instagram and Behance.
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