Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Recently ran into the work of graphic designer Monika Traikov, and am amazed. Her use of old photographs and often faceless figures manipulated and fragmented speak to themes of identity and memory. Sometimes playful, sometimes haunting, I believe Traikov's images explore the process of remembering, and observing the past through this filter of our own, distorted idea of what the past was.
Visit her website here.
Posted by Hannah Robin at 1:10 PM