Art + August 2005 + Hiryze


‘Safe Haven’

Sometimes there’s more to things than first meets the eye. Just because a person shouts the loudest doesn’t mean they have the most to say. Hiryze doesn’t shout, he sits back and absorbs the world around him and then projects it onto paper.

Hiryze manages to combine simplicity with style, nearly exclusively using black and white to tell his story. Shapes created by the sharp ridge of a rectangle or the fluid movement of a curve dance around the page in harmony. Each with their own space, but perfectly in time.’
Text by Sean Brosnan

‘Jungle Fever’

Pieces by Hiryze were on display at Margin London in August 2005.

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