Artist Waleria Petruschenko Invites Us Into Her Crazy Mind

Artist Waleria Petruschenko Invites Us Into Her Crazy Mind
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Waleria Petruschenko doesn’t show in galleries. In fact, we don’t know too much about her. She’s what It’s Nice That calls “an Internet mystery.”

It is as if she just takes some acid and draws. (Fun). The meticulous illustrations form a totally imaginary world, pulling us into the life Petruschenko shares with her boyfriend (Mitchell) and their admirable sense of humor.

Marco Conti | Elite.

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