Natalya Serkova.

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I don’t know why no-one’s ever made a t-shirt covered in kittens before (it would go down a treat with half of youtube’s users and most middle aged spinsters out there, Susan Boyle can I get a woop woop?) but Natalya has put a prototype out there.

Natalya Serkova is based in Moscow where she’s studying illustration at the British Higher School of Art & Design (Moscow can I hear a yeaaaah?) and said she started to make images about 9 months ago when she suddenly found herself ‘lost and broken’ and needed to channel that energy somewhere – presumably lost and broken translates to trippy 80s style collages. At the moment she’s searching for a place where she belongs, ‘making visuals, listening to new music and loving a man next to me.’

flickr.com/natalyaserkova

serkova.livejournal.com

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