Laura Bifano is a Canadian artist and illustrator based in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is known for her unique style, which combines traditional painting techniques with digital artistry. Bifano's work often explores the intersection of nature and technology, blending organic elements with geometric shapes to create striking visual compositions. Her most well-known series, "Menagerie," is a collection of polygonal animal illustrations that gained significant attention on social media platforms like Tumblr and Instagram. These illustrations showcase her ability to seamlessly combine the natural beauty of wildlife with the geometric aesthetic often found in digital art. Laura Bifano's work has been featured in various exhibitions, galleries, and art shows. She has also created illustrations for books, video games, and animation projects. Her diverse portfolio showcases her versatility as an artist, while her unique style continues to resonate with audiences worldwide.
Laura Bifano Morsel HPM Archival Print by Laura Bifano
Morsel Limited Edition Archival Pigment Hand-Embellished Prints on 330gsm Fine Art Paper by Laura Bifano Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. "The painting was originally done for a show at Thinkspace Gallery called “Picks of the Harvest.” I had played around with a few ideas initially, but nothing seemed to take shape until I took a road trip up Vancouver Island to visit family. The scenery was stunning emerald green farmland dotted with grazing sheep, so I used that as a jumping-off point for the painting. I’ve always loved English Pastoral paintings and knew right away that I wanted to do something in a similar vein. I decided to introduce a predatory element to this otherwise idyllic scene, and a family of Wolves seemed appropriate. At the time I was also watching a steady stream of BBC nature documentaries and it got me in a contemplative mood, thinking about the cycles of life, death, and rebirth. I think that introducing the element of these artificial pixel sheep adds a touch of whimsy and levity to an otherwise morbid image." - Laura Bifano