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  Rezo Kaishauri
 Rezo Kaishauri
 Surreal and fantasy art
 
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biography
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Having graduated from Nikoladze Art School (Tbilisi, Georgia) in 1994, Rezo Kaishauri begins to work as a designer for a company specialized in serigraphy printing. In 1995-1998 he creates his first surrealistic portfolios, called 'Body Language', 'Black Coffee' and 'Paranoia', representing the three different directions in his artwork. 'Body Language' contains the works which might be classified as erotic surrealism, while 'Paranoia' collates more symbolistically inclined artwork, based on visual insinuations. Yet, these two portfolios share the same impudency in style and are equally scandalous. As to the 'Black Coffee' series, inspired by the images from coffee grounds and based on earlier black-and-white sketches, this portfolio significantly differs from the other two, being closer to the spirit of classical surrealism. This same period Rezo, inspired by some fantasy literature and artwork, tries his skills in fantasy art genre, but soon decides to continue with his mainstream, returning to fantasy art only occasionally. Since 1998 Rezo Kaishauri becomes more noticeable as a designer. Having mastered computer graphics software, he abandons the serigraphy company and turns to offset printing. Trying several different advertising agencies and printing companies, finally he determines as an independent designer. Since 2000 he gradually widens the field of his activity and the range of customers, becoming a color separation specialist and trying skills as a web-designer. Presently Rezo tries to maintain the balance, continuing with his design work, but still finding some time to draw pictures despite his crowded schedule. He has many plans and projects for the future, so both sections of this website will be constantly updated with new works.  
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polygraphic design projects
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"Design, as I see it, is an attempt to harmonize the visual appearance with the inner content. Hence, the best design is not what looks the best, but what reflects the essence the best. Unlike art, design is always a product of joint efforts, a synthesis of different opinions and approaches. While the freedom of an artist is limitless, a designer is inflexibly dependent on many external factors. Therefore, it's always important for him not to lose his singularity, his personal signature." -- Rezo Kaishauri.  
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surreal and fantasy art
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"Surrealism is not the way you live, act or feel. It's the way you dream. We, who call ourselves 'surrealists', are marked by the Lord himself with a slightest touch of insanity. Creative insanity that is, granting the freedom to transform reality, to reach beyond visible, and to display the possibility of impossible. My personal goal, as a surrealist, is to represent the unreality with maximum reality, trying to make you believe in what you see. This is what Salvador Dali did the best." -- Rezo Kaishauri  
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Surreal and fantasy art by Rezo Kaishauri
a contemporary Georgian artist and designer.
www.rezo.ge
submission date: May 12, 2007


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