Hama Woods is a Norwegian stencil artist known for her sociological approach to consumerism and the effect it has on natural environment. Hama usually hand cuts multi-layered stencils, applying it by spray paint in and around Oslo. She made her first stencil back in 2009.
This artist is inspired by popular culture, mainstream mostly.
What she does is offering an alternative to that type of public opinion.
Hama's most famous pieces usually represent animals in their changed environment, as she wants to send the message of what the human hand can do on nature.
She shares a studio with the well-known artist Martin Whatson, which brought them to create many beautiful collaborations.
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