Household Surrealism: Artist Helga Stentzel Uses Common Household Items to Create Surreal Forms – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Household Surrealism: Artist Helga Stentzel Uses Common Household Items to Create Surreal Forms

Helga Stentzel (previously) is a Russian-born visual artist based in London, UK. She works across a wide range of media including illustration, photography, video and stop motion animation.

A St. Martins alumna, Helga started out as an Art Director in advertising industry where she learnt the basics of branding, marketing and strategic thinking. This set of skills is now helping Helga to create engaging content for some of the most popular accounts on social media, as well as run her own mini-blog.

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