To celebrate the end of Día de los Muerto, we are shining a big old spotlight on the amazing work of Spanish Artist Cristina Burns.
Born in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain (1982), she moved at a very early age to Italy where her love of the arts became ingrained. Her work, inspired by toys, sweets, skulls and all things kawaii, is a kaleidoscope of delicious imagery and color, intended to stimulate the viewer in the same way that candy makes your mind buzz.
Using photography to capture the surreal landscapes, Burns instills a sense of nostalgia and fun in her work, that pulls you deeper and deeper into her creations.
Check out her site for more of her work, and keep an eye out here more.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 1:59pmThese glass sculptures are far more interesting than that shitty Crystal Skulls movie.
Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 12:15pmOSKUNK, who usually customizes vintage gaming hardware, has taken his Posca markers to an Iron Man mask to create Iron Muerte Man.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016 - 1:45pmThis custom 400% Be@rbrick by JPK is drop-dead gorgeous. The commissioned piece is Jon-Paul Kaiser's take on La Calavera Catrina, originally an early 1900s etching poking fun at native Mexicans' attempts to adopt the customs of upscale Europeans.