Kieran Sperring


Kieran Sperring lives in a small town in England and he has a distinct and bold aesthetic.

Sperring’s portfolio appears in Issue Two where Ariane Fairlie writes,

His use of geometric shapes is essential to his pieces, creating a powerful delivery and exciting action within each one. He frequently uses colourful flowers and nature as an indication of beauty in juxtaposition with a more highly aestheticized and sterile greyscale image. Most of his images are from the 1950s and 60s, and he uses a traditional cut and paste method. The result is a surreal examination of a constructed world wherein hides an underlying beauty revealed in strange and unexpected ways.

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See more of Kieran’s work at and at his Kolaj Magazine Artist Directory page.

Public Transport
by Kieran Sperring
vintage images