Lola manages to do something that only a few can do: make her images come to life on their own. Although it seems that a constant big bang occurs in her head that makes her create, in reality it is a process done carefully and very precisely, since everything is done manually, except of course the capture of the images.
Sometimes we will see Mata Hari with a face similar to that of an anteater or Lucas Cranach's 'naked Venus' with more than one leg to conquer the Real Estate Photo Editing gods. Images that could well have been part of a mistake in any design program and give a "sweep" effect in reality, are made with cutouts, glue and a lot of creativity. Lola Dupré the taxidermist of image.
Lola Dupré the taxidermist of image 9 In 2011 he had his first solo exhibition at the Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach and since then, his work has landed on book covers for Pinguin publishers, Time magazine and even a pair of Nike sneakers that will be released this very day. year. We invite you to get to know the wonderful work of this Spanish artist, be sure to visit her portfolio: Lola Dupré