Psychedelic Art Creates Other-Worldly Landscapes

Australian based artist Tanya Schultz is well known for her use of psychedelic colour, glitter, pipe-cleaners, pom poms and just about everything in her quirky works.

Working under her pseudonym Pip Pop she creates installations bound in colour and creativity in her wonderful mini landscapes which unfurl over gallery floors and walls in her signature eccentric style.

This particular installation is named ‘Through a hole in the mountain‘ and is located MT Kurashiki, Japan.

Schultz has imagined her own utopian land and re-produced this in a 3-dimesional quirk of layering and paying meticulous attention to detail, meaning they are an exciting must-see.

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