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Qimmy Shimmy









Insanely detailed sculptures featuring body parts and references to food?! We're into it! Very excited to feature the work of Qimmy Shimmy! 

Lim Qi Xuan (b. 1991), better known by her moniker, QimmyShimmy, is an artist/designer from Singapore. Her artistic sensibilities have been shaped by her love for fantasy stories, old curiosities, time-travel and her yearning for worlds natural and made-believe.

Her intricate sculptures thread on the fine line between horror and beauty, questioning what we find repulsive or desirable. Her works breathe curiosity and dark humor into everyday objects. By blending the familiar and the strange, her works strive to create tension between two worlds-the world we already know, and the other we can only imagine.

You can find her at www.qimmyshimmy.com and on Instagram @qimmyshimmy

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