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Anja Millen: Artist, Writer & Hermit

Anja Millen: Artist, Writer & Hermit

| July 22, 2016

Words by MOUSTACHE THE human mind just like the world has many discoveries that can surprise throughout our life. As an artist it is a place where you can go to hide, extract and create. Although not an uncommon method, German artist Anja Millen caught our attention with her obscure pieces of work that demand […]

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Homage á Burroughs By Tibor Somodi

Homage á Burroughs By Tibor Somodi

| June 29, 2016

Words by MOUSTACHE EVERYDAY emerging talent can be discovered throughout the world, and as technology develops it opens many doors to discover talent, just like Timbor Somodi… If you take a moment and just stare at his work, you start to experience a unique sensation and connection. Timbor Somodi is a Hungarian based photographer and painter, […]

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Flesh Love Returns

Flesh Love Returns

| June 27, 2016

Words by MOUSTACHE WHEN Japanese photographer Haruhiko Kawaguchi first presented his project, Flesh Love the cyber world of art exploded, with deep fascination and appreciation for his bizarre work. Returning with the second part of the series, it only proves that “Haruhiko’ has a unique talent… If you ever wanted to be featured in one […]

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The Artistic Direction Of Fanni Garnichat

The Artistic Direction Of Fanni Garnichat

| June 16, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish IT is without a doubt that here at Moustache we love collage art, and the work of Fanni Garnichat is yet another reason for our advocacy for this unique method… This visually stunning Parisian artist and graphic designer is dedicated to the print and global communication in the field of fashion, […]

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Ben Zank’s Surrealism

Ben Zank’s Surrealism

| June 9, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish SURREAL and conceptual artist and photographer Ben Zank, caught our attention last year with his incredible forward thinking series of images, so today we celebrate once again this amazing artist through his visionary pieces of art… Born in New York, Ben Zank currently lives in Auckland while practising his creative passion […]

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Explore The Beauty Of The Body Without Prejudice…

Explore The Beauty Of The Body Without Prejudice…

| June 9, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish THE work of Colombian photographer Erika Arias explore the way society defines beauty, through an unconventional form by showcasing her love for beauty… Based in Barcelona, Erika Arias interprets “beauty” differently throughout her series of work going against the grain by embracing what society and mainstream media depict as the desirable […]

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Between Dreams & Reality: June Kim

Between Dreams & Reality: June Kim

| May 27, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish “SOMEWHERE between dreams and reality. I’m constantly inspired by locations—places with poetry, geometry, and a story to tell” – June Kim… Based in Oakland, “June’ is a photographer who left her early career in marketing and advertising to shoot for clients as a freelancer. Her client based includes Teva, Joshu+Vela, Moment, Offscreen […]

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Kyuin Shim’s Disfigured Emotions

Kyuin Shim’s Disfigured Emotions

| May 23, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish THE beautiful work of Kyuin Shim takes your mind to another place, as you stare at these disfigured and out of this world sculptures… Based in Seoul, Korea this digital artist explores the various meanings of Korean expressions throughout his work. The first series featured titled ‘흑흑’, meaning ‘cry cry’ and […]

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Exhibition Preview: Sally Gabori Retrospective

Exhibition Preview: Sally Gabori Retrospective

| May 21, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice TW: This article may contain images and/or names of deceased persons. ART Has No Demographic… Retrospectives are inherently something of a double-edged sword in that you are able to appreciate an artist’s change and progression over time, but being in the presence of so many pieces that were only one part of […]

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The Loneliness Of Tokyo By Hiroharu Matsumoto

The Loneliness Of Tokyo By Hiroharu Matsumoto

| May 19, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish THE streets of Tokyo are often depicted as a vibrant centre of colour, technology and mixed fashion that all come together to form the heart of a futuristic epicentre, but when Japanese photographer Hiroharu Matsumoto captures the city streets another side is revealed… A member of the National Geographic, this Tokyo […]

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