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About the artwork

The food pattern on the high-heel shoe is symbolic of a positive attitude, of moving forward in everyday life. What shall I eat today? What shall I wear today? The series of artwork showcases how every little thing is coloured and helps us grow everyday.

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RUSLAN BOLGOV

Ruslan Bolgov was born in 1974 in Klaipeda, Lithuania, on the shores of the Baltic Sea. His earliest photographs were taken as a teenager, but he didn’t take the experience very far at the time. It wasn’t until the end of his studies in economics and finance that he seriously app...

JAKUB POLOMSKI

Jakub Polomski was born in 1985 and he lives in Cieszyn, Poland. He has started taking photos when he was 20 years old. Jakub is self-taught photographer and he specializes in landscape/travel photography. Since 2007 he has been awarded with several prizes and commendations in va...

MINA MIMBU

Born in Japan, Mina Mimbu moved to New Zealand at the age of 14 to continue her studies. Since she did not have a full grasp of English upon her arrival in Auckland, she turned to other means of expression to counteract the language barrier. A self-taught artist, she tried her ha...