Vladimir Kato's Funky Artworks Mix Horror, Humor and Hip

By: Christina Butty - Published: Apr 20, 2009 • References: showandtellgallery
Brought to us by pop surrealist artist Vladimir Kato, these images are a kitschy mix of horror, humor, black art and 80’s funk.

Kato's genre mash-ups are generating a lot of attention. They premiered at the ‘Show and Tell’ Gallery in Toronto.

Kato, a child of the 80’s, was born in Yugoslavia and spent his youth in the thick of that urban movement. He moved to Toronto in 1993, moving a lot but constantly soaking up his surroundings. Kato’s artworks are a synthesis of his surroundings and life experiences. Stats for Mash Pop Surrealism Trending: Older & Chilly
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