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Victor Castillo is “Restless”


Victor Castillo disturbed and amazed us in HF vol.8 with his empty eye socketed sausage faced children. His haunting images present war, religious and political themes in strange ways and with powerful use of lighting. Check out his latest show "Restless and Wild" at Helium Cowboy Art Space if you dare and look for a piece from him in the upcoming Hi-Fructose 5th Anniversary show March 2010! Images courtesy of Helium Cowboy Artspace.

Victor Castillo disturbed and amazed us in HF vol.8 with his empty eye socketed sausage faced children. His haunting images present war, religious and political themes in strange ways and with powerful use of lighting. Check out his latest show “Restless and Wild” at Helium Cowboy Art Space and look for a piece from him in the upcoming Hi-Fructose 5th Anniversary show March 2010! Images courtesy of Helium Cowboy Artspace

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