Working under the name Pip & Pop, Australian craftsman Tanya Schultz utilizes a blend of vivid sweet, glitter, sand, toys, dots, and other bright objects to make brilliantly fantastic, complicatedly designed floor establishments.
Viewers encounter the rush of a sugar surge as they devour their eyes on Schultz's terrifically fluorescent masterpieces. Sweetly silly and outwardly rapid in the meantime, every piece is a hurricane excursion to neon-shaded dreamscapes and candylands loaded with immersed rainbows and tangible over-burden.
Pip & Pop started in 2007 as a joint effort in the middle of Schultz and individual craftsman Nicole Andrijevic. In 2011, Andrijevic left the duo to seek after an alternate way, while Schultz has kept on making involved establishments both separately and synergistically with different craftsmen and companions.
Source : Pip & Pop website