gastón liberto art

posted by the scholar on June 6th, 2008
filed under: design, illustration

i stumbled across the wonderfully surreal work of argentina born, barcelona-based artist gastón liberto, after reading about the duduá shop at bloesem. gastón is inspired by circus and carnival imagery, as well as the people, culture and chaos of the post modern society surrounding him. i love the weird and innocent energy the pieces give off.

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see more of gastón’s work on his flickr stream, purchase his available print (top photo) at duduá and say hello to him (in spanish!) on his blog.


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2 Responses to “gastón liberto art”

  1. sosser Says:

    who can resist a chicken/boy with a headset? not me.

  2. the scholar Says:

    personally i am a sucker for three legged boys with beaks and television antennae.

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