"In which the more it snows, the colder it grows" by Noferin
by sabine7 / September 15, 2009

New work from Noferin is featured in a show called The Place We Call Home. Inspired by the Japanese woodblocks of Hiroshige and Hokusai, the more traditional backgrounds and landscapes provide a gentle contrast to the Pecanpals who inhabit Carrara Island. This body of work is a reflection of the continuous cycle of seasons and the ongoing Pecanpals narrative. The work is undeniably cute and speaks of a simple nostalgia for a time that never really existed. Surrounded by nature, these characters go about their business, happy and safe.

Artist: Noferin
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The Place We Call Home runs through September 26, 2009 at the Copro Gallery in Santa Monica.

In which a clifftop vista captures the bay

In which Milo feels the sand between his toes


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