We’re tired of being exposed to advertising and tired of the fake perfection it’s trying to sell us, perfection that implies that for something to be nice, it needs to be perfectly positioned, made up or retouched. But rules are changing and artist Wyne Veen is an example for that. Based on her hometown Amsterdam, Wyne takes pictures to objects changing their functionality completely. A sculpture made out of gherkins, a loaf of bread vomiting sweets or a vegetable orgy lead by a giant turnip are the kind of things she’s invented. She’s worked for brands and publications like Ikea, Wallpaper, Glamour Paris, Sang Bleu, Vodafone… Aesthetic quality everywhere and an amazing eye for graphic compositions. Go for Wyne!
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