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Kate Banazi

Kate Banazi

Jul 08 2011, 8:00 am 0 Monica Bogliolo

An unusual background for this artist with a fashion degree at Central St Martins. Unusual as her bio, where you can read that she’s afraid of snakes, nylon (?) and clowns (Stephen King’s IT made a lot of victims), and knocked out her front tooth with a lawnmower (hope she was kidding). All this won’t be very professional and will not say much about her as an artist, but doesn’t seem to have deterred the long string of clients for whom she recently worked (including Vodafone, Coca Cola and Playstation, just to name a few) and the other artists and blogs she collaborated with. How to blame them. Her works pick from 70′s geometries, from the 50′s and the Victorian age, while remaining absolutely actual, new and old that find a perfect meeting point, in a swirl of colors that, even if bright, are always a bit blurred, like faded.

Artist: Kate Banazi

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