Hutter’s surreal works are as magical as they are strange. His work is pitched at that enjoyably nebulous zone which lies on the borderlands of fantasy, science fiction and surrealism, from which hybrid visions emerge that are never too defined in one direction or another. His paintings remember the works by Bruegel or Hieronymus Bosch.
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Reminds me of a lot of Dali’s work. Really cool.
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A bit of a mix between Dali and Moebius at times…. I totally agree!!
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