The Joys of Miso Paste

Street artist Stanislava Pinchuk (aka Miso) creates life-size hand-drawn paste-up projects. Most of her work deals with story-telling myths and folklore. Her work shows influence from her Ukrainian upbringing and eastern European folk and craft traditions. She is often inspired by the Vienna Secession Art Deco and Russian Constructivist artists.

Her earlier work was often with fellow street artist Ghostpatrol prior to her moving into gallery work and her signature ‘needle point’ constellations, charts and maps – See more images at All Those Shapes or visit Miso’s website.

  • Above wheatpastes by Miso were found a while ago at Grieves Street Fitzroy; Racing Club Lane, Waratah Place.

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