I usually don't have much patience for art that is "too" simple. There's something about minimalism that, while I respect it, never really wows me. But the artist I'm featuring today is about as simple as it gets. Just a few patterns or colors collaged on top of vintage photographs, but the composition entrances me.
I originally saw the work of Guy Catling on the jealous curator blog, and I instantly knew that this is an artist I would be talking about on my blog. While I like his other work, the pieces that really stuck out to me were the ones that were accented with floral pyramids. Specifically the images of pyramids (which makes me think that the over-saturation of the design world with triangles is finally getting to me), or mountains. The colors chosen make everything a little more beautiful. :)
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