Artist In Residence: Australian Street Illustrator Miso

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Captivated by art as a means of bringing communities together - from street art to folk art, story telling to cultural images - and embedding them in the city, Miso is a 20 year old artist / illustrator residing in Melbourne, Australia, where she shares a studio with her partner Ghostpatrol.

Influenced by her Ukranian family roots, and Eastern European fairy tales, Miso aims to tell stories with her work 'passing on myths and folklore' plus recreating the everyday, from portraits of friends to random strangers -  pasting all over the cracked, worn and weathered surfaces of the city which birthed these ideas, or recreating in gallery spaces.

See more of her work and find out more after the jump...

Using pen and ink, pencil, watercolour, paper cuts, embroidery, wood panels, collage and paper offcuts plus 'city walls, laden with tags, cleaned and weathered, rained on and cracked with time.'

For more on Miso head to cityofreubens.com | ghostpatrol.net

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Artist In Residence: Australian Street Illustrator Miso - Comments

  • That’s are the very good piece of Art and the pic are the wonderful. I love the Aboriginal art as it is my profession and passion.

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