Illustrator Stefan Zsaitsits channels a dark innocence in his latest works. A native of Austria, Zsaitsits’ latest portraits features youthful whimsy and adult angst squaring off in a metaphorical game of Russian Roulette. Considering the surrealistically glum nature of the illustrations, we’re pretty sure that adult angst wins out.
Despite his subjects being children, Zsaitsits tone is cold, uneasy, and occasionally ballistic. He reveals pain in the land of Nostalgia with creepy depictions of doomed cities and dead clowns. Zsaitsits isn’t looking to take you on trip through the good old days, he is submerging you in a shark tank of mixed emotions.
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