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The Art of Marcin Owczarek

Rife with the manifested anxieties of mass destruction andthe wounds of the modern world, Wroclaw based artist Marcin Owczarek’sphotographic collages portray a grim dystopian vision of the future. Tacklingcurrent issues such as the meat industry, urban development and war within his searingcompositions in dark, somber tones, the work provokes a visceral reaction fromits viewers, highlighting a possible foreshadowed consequence for the deepwounds Man is inflicting on the world. View more of the visionary work afterthe jump.

Rife with the manifested anxieties of mass destruction and the wounds of the modern world, Wroclaw based artist Marcin Owczarek’s photographic collages portray a grim dystopian vision of the future. Tackling current issues such as the meat industry, urban development and war within his searing compositions in dark, somber tones, the work provokes a visceral reaction from its viewers, highlighting a possible foreshadowed consequence for the deep wounds Man is inflicting on the world. View more of the visionary work below.

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