Meridith Dittmar Molds Magical Images

By: Ryan Hinkson - Published: Nov 4, 2009 • References: vinylpulse & corporatepig
Weirdly wonderful, crazily colorful and strikingly strange, the clay images of Meridith Dittmar don’t jump out at you but rather pull you into a world composed of human-animal-plant-energy amalgams. Think ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ meets a G-Rated version of Tim Burtons ‘Corpse Bride’ meets ‘Robot Chicken.' The works primarily feature not quite human, not quite animal-like characters the artist affectionately calls her "guys."

According to their creator, Meridith Dittmar's art and creatures feature is about the interconnectedness of all things. Do your imagination a favor and let your eyes connect with Meridith’s "guys." Stats for Crazy Clayography Trending: Older & Average
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