Still Lifes Exploring The Aesthetics Of Unpleasantness

Buenos Aires-based practice Six & Five Studio collaborated with a team of graphic designers and art directors to create still lifes with a morbid touch.

The series ‘Morbo’ consists of five digital paintings and one 3D-printed sculpture. According to the studio, the aim was to give new meaning to the still life with unseen compositions of natural amorphous objects. In a statement about the series of artworks, the team says: “Attracted by the organization of the space, these graphic designers and art directors create their experiences in a world of three coordinates, where the volume is a constant. Exploring the obsessive curiosity between the thin limit between the aesthetic and the unpleasantness thing, emerges ‘Morbo’.”

"Exploring the obsessive curiosity between the thin limit between the aesthetic and the unpleasantness thing, emerges 'Morbo'."
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All images © courtesy of The Six & Five Studio

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