Seiko Kato is a lady with an obscene amount of patience and a visual style equal parts creepy and whimsical. Her most recent collage work is staggering in its detail and she has a brand new website full of it.
If you want to see more, she keeps a collaborative blog with fellow Brighton illustrator Joe Crocker, and she’ll also be a part of a line-up of artists exhibiting in the latest pop-up art show at Selfridges on Oxford Street, from July 1—15. The line-up consists of 10 emerging artists chosen by a panel including Sir Peter Blake and Tracey Emin.
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