Canadian artist Amber Albrecht has an awesomely alliterative name and makes finely detailed, inexplicably unsettling illustrations of plants with minds of their own, people about to realise their fates, and houses full of ghosts.

Her work – a mix of illustration and silkscreen printmaking – is creepy, otherworldly and botanical. Her choice of tunes to inspire her work are none of those things: “Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey, “La Marseillaise” – the national anthem of France, “Fight The Power” by Public Enemy, The Righteous Brothers’ “Unchained Melody”, and “Nights In White Satin” The Moody Blues classic.

To view more work from Amber Albrecht visit her website: www.amberalbrecht.com

Contact: a.albrec@gmail.com

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