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Sporting a small army of dedicated followers, Constantine Vraziotis is one the hottest new entries in the Greek Art Scene. With a background in fashion design, he originally gained recognition in the field of illustration, working with some of the world’s leading magazine titles and publishing houses, and making it to books such as Taschen’s “Illustration Now”, Vol. 2 and Martin Dawber’s “Big Book of Contemporary Illustration”. His art, revolving around the enigmatic and decadent “Coco” - his iconic muse and central heroine - features novel uses of traditional techniques and is informed by disparate sources, most notably urban fixations, high fashion, and Byzantine iconography. Lavish and decadent, Constantine's paintings, feature meticulous detailing and concealed unexpected, often disturbing elements, oozing a violent elegance and hinting to the dark side of society. His extremely recognizable artistic signature can most accurately be described as macabre pop surrealism.