Serbian artist Endre Penovác (beforehand) wrangles the bleeds of black ink and watercolor in his shadowy renderings of home and wild animals. Generally delineating a talon or ear with skinny markings, Penovác primarily permits the medium to run throughout the paper, reworking a housecat or rooster right into a dreamy, phantom-like character. Lots of the works body the central animal with unfavourable house and make the most of the tender, hazy edges to evoke fur and feathers. Originals and prints of his work can be found from Saatchi Artwork, and head to Instagram to discover an intensive archive of his ghostly creatures.
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