KRIS
KUKSI

Mind-blowing Reminiscent of Lost Civilizations, Cities and Ruins

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Kris Kuksi is an American artist in the genre of Fantastic Realism. He Specializing in creating complex artistic installations, his work has been described as "a study in timelessness and intricacies, reminiscent of lost civilizations, deities and ruins – perfectly preserved." Kuksi's work has been displayed at more than 100 exhibitions worldwide and also been featured on the front covers of Philosophie and Bl!sss Magazine, and his work is owned by collectors ranging from film director Guillermo del Toro to the Ellis County Bar Association in Kansas.

Kuksi's work has been described as "mind-blowing, macabre and beautifully grotesque art…[that] will taunt you by the sheer complexity of detail, leaving you even more baffled as you stare for hours at all the figurines that were smacked into coexistence.” The end result has been described as "intricately polarized narratives of the balance between good and evil, left and right, night and day, past and future."

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Kris Kuksi is an American artist in the genre of Fantastic Realism. He Specializing in creating complex artistic installations, his work has been described as "a study in timelessness and intricacies, reminiscent of lost civilizations, deities and ruins – perfectly preserved." Kuksi's work has been displayed at more than 100 exhibitions worldwide and also been featured on the front covers of Philosophie and Bl!sss Magazine, and his work is owned by collectors ranging from film director Guillermo del Toro to the Ellis County Bar Association in Kansas.

Kuksi's work has been described as "mind-blowing, macabre and beautifully grotesque art…[that] will taunt you by the sheer complexity of detail, leaving you even more baffled as you stare for hours at all the figurines that were smacked into coexistence.” The end result has been described as "intricately polarized narratives of the balance between good and evil, left and right, night and day, past and future."

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Kris Kuksi is an American artist in the genre of Fantastic Realism. He Specializing in creating complex artistic installations, his work has been described as "a study in timelessness and intricacies, reminiscent of lost civilizations, deities and ruins – perfectly preserved." Kuksi's work has been displayed at more than 100 exhibitions worldwide and also been featured on the front covers of Philosophie and Bl!sss Magazine, and his work is owned by collectors ranging from film director Guillermo del Toro to the Ellis County Bar Association in Kansas.

Kuksi's work has been described as "mind-blowing, macabre and beautifully grotesque art…[that] will taunt you by the sheer complexity of detail, leaving you even more baffled as you stare for hours at all the figurines that were smacked into coexistence.” The end result has been described as "intricately polarized narratives of the balance between good and evil, left and right, night and day, past and future."

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