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On View: Dust’s “Organic” at Hugo 45

German street artist Dust paints a world where human beings are irrelevant — instead, ancient-looking tree trunks with ragged branches sprawl out and expand, seemingly becoming animated as they grow freely without obstruction. Dust has a solo show on view at Hugo 45 in Braunschweig, Germany titled "Organic." For the show, Dust completed two murals, one inside and the other outside the gallery, and presented 40 new paintings and sculptures. "Organic" is on view through July 21. Take a look at some photos of the murals and artwork after the jump.

German street artist Dust paints a world where human beings are irrelevant — instead, ancient-looking tree trunks with ragged branches sprawl out and expand, seemingly becoming animated as they grow freely without obstruction. Dust has a solo show on view at Hugo 45 in Braunschweig, Germany titled “Organic.” For the show, Dust completed two murals, one inside and the other outside the gallery, and presented 40 new paintings and sculptures. “Organic” is on view through July 21. Take a look at some photos of the murals and artwork below.

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