Last weekend, Mid-City Arts located in Los Angeles, California hosted the first U.S. exhibit by Ukrainian artists Interesni Kazki. Titled Nothing Special, the exhibit featured a collection of work which mirror their big scale murals both in style and in theme. Divided into different color palettes, each painting featured topics ranging from religion to greed. Perhaps these works of art do not carry the same feeling of awe that come from looking at their bigger projects. However, the same technique and attention to detail remain and its certainly a style all of their own. Whether it’s the character design that they incorporate or the composition of surreal objects centered around a singular idea, the duo certainly understand the strength in their artwork.

In addition to presenting various works on canvas, the two artists also painted a small scale mural which adorns one particular wall and they even managed to bring in an installation made up of a shopping cart and various lost objects which once again carry a sense of social commentary and symbolism. The exhibit will run through the end of the year but in the meantime, check out more photos after the jump for a closer look at the exhibit.

Photo credit: ©Carlos Gonzalez for Arrested Motion.
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