Issue 26 | Seiko Kato
Seiko Kato is an artist living and working in Brighton. An avid collector of found objects and ephemera, she finds particular inspiration in Victorian medical books, old Victorian etched drawings, encyclopaedia of things and Victorian paraphernalia.
Showing a fascination with the macabre and surreal, mixed with playful elements that explore life and death. Her work is composed of cut-outs and she creates all of her college materials using just a tiny pair of scissors.
Printed by Pressision Ltd using a CMYK printing process onto high-quality GFSmith Naturalis paper.
Direction: Marcroy Smith
Design: Tom Sutcliffe
Interview: Kate Hollowood