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  • Jessica Larsen-Hossain

    Surreal Paintings Cloak People in Landscapes by artist Moki - My Modern Metropolis

  • Josie Leonetti

    The waves as my blanket

  • Claire Gillian

    Surreal Paintings by Moki - #Artist, #Hamburg, #HayoMiyazaki, #Inspiration, #Japan, #Moki, #Paintings, #PiritedAway, #Surreal #Art Great surreal work by Hamburg-based mostly artist Moki, Inspired by Japan’s Hayo Miyazaki (Spirited Away)… Moki

  • Carmelle

    Surreal Paintings by German Artist Moki Mioke | iGNANT.de Moki Mioke states: "Nature itself is an art, and it is the most beautiful thing that can be created."

  • Tracy Brandon

    This is really cool! Surreal Landscape Paintings Shows People Literally Immersed In Nature. Drawing inspiration from Hayao Miyazaki’s “Spirited Away” and Scandinavian landscapes, Berlin-based artist Moki camouflages human figures in the vast landscapes of her paintings. Moki was born 1982 in Brilon, Germany

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Moki Mioke: - Moki lives and works in Hamburg Germany. She is part of the international group "from bee to bee" www.frombeetobee.net. She works with different media like painting drawing performance street art and sculptures. Her surreal landscape paintings show people literally immersed In Nature... Drawing inspiration from Miyazaki’s “Spirited Away” and Scandinavian landscapes, Moki camouflages human figures in the vast landscapes of her paintings.

Moki Mioke - Moki lives and works in Hamburg Germany. She is part of the international group "from bee to bee" www.frombeetobee.net. She works with different media like painting drawing performance street art and sculptures. The website which looks like an animated green cloud invites everyone to explore.

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Acrobats, 1949, Bronze, William King

"which side do you prefer" ~ work on methacrylate by 'marga dirube' 2009 ❀ ~ ◊ photo via marga's flickr photostream