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Corey Corcoran Has Fun With Fungi In His Beautiful Mushroom Etchings
Posted By Morgana Matus On December 27, 2012 @ 4:32 pm In Art,Botanical,Eco-Inspiration,gallery,Green Materials | No Comments
Boston-based illustrator forgoes the traditional paper or canvas for the underside of a giant mushroom. His organic backdrops allow for a sculptural quality to his work, each pierced piece taking advantage of the structure of the fungus. Appearing as a cross between folk art and classic book illustration, each composition seems to be telling a story where humans and the environment intersect. By choosing a the Artist Conk, Corcoran not only highlights his own skill, but the often overlooked beauty of a fascinating organism.
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