Framed: Nataliette

Framed: Nataliette

Both macabre and saccharine.

Nataliette is a Singaporean artist inspired by surreal work from the likes of Salvador Dali, and the words of Oscar Wilde. She describes her art as "an open diary," finding beauty in the unnatural and grotesque, the macabre and ironic. The influences to her work are visible through her style and subject matter, rendered like illustrations from a twisted fairytale.

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