French artist Vincent Junier‘s work occupies the fine line between whimsical and creepy, evoking a peculiar combination of preschool toys, voodoo, textbook clippings, and mutilated baby dolls. Junier creates collage, sculpture, and explores the area in between those distinct spaces with a multitude of abstract shapes and found objects that invite the viewer to make their own interpretation.
The grungy, textured objects and materials Junier uses throughout his 2D and 3D compositions are offset nicely by the sprinkling of bright, colorful moments. His body of work has a unique sensibility that appropriately brings to mind many different references. It feels super fresh and graphic, like Duchamp partying with the Memphis Group. Check out more of his work here.