Olof Svenblad's Subject Matter is Incomplete and Intruiging

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: Mar 18, 2013 • References: olofsvenblad & artnau
Olof Svenblad creates conceptually ambiguous collages of a variety of subject matter. His most striking ones are portraits of faceless women whose head pieces have been created out of monochromatic nature photographs and faces out of vibrant wildlife scenery.

These unidentified faces become not only interesting but also potentially relatable for their interpretive nature

Olof Svenblad's body of work is heavily bleak and almost ghoulish although some pieces are collected and uni-thematic. A number of figures he creates have abruptly cut limbs, fore-fronting various backgrounds.

The artist's constant depiction of incomplete and decayed figurines is intriguing in a very unsettling way. It leaves the audience in an unsatisfied stance and strikes curiosity of what the thought behind the creation could be. Faceless, limbless and dark, these collages radiate Svenblad's artistic style. Stats for Ambigiously Faceless Collages Trending: Older & Mild
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