For this artist, of whom not much is known other than he likes to provoke through his proposal, the exterior of a person may not coincide with his interior.
To talk about this, Meissner decided to make a series of illustrations that are part of the series flower heads where he explores the themes of beauty and identity.
In his images he carries out a juxtaposition in which the beauty of his protagonists is shown through various flowers, but the true identity of the same decides to hide them through the wearing masks that they use.
Flo Meissner's approach is extremely deep, but her message reaches the viewer in a simple and direct way, who understands that through these images there are complex stories, like those of any person.
If one looks closely at the creations of this artist, one can realize that something else is always hidden within beauty, but that we choose to see the most attractive part and not the darkest.
These illustrations captivate due to the attractive color palette that the artist usually uses in which the color pink dominates.
In Meissner's peculiar style, the strange and, at the same time, very successful combination of botanical elements, strident colors and physical features of each person that usually exalts attracts attention.
It should be noted that practically everything in Flo Meissner's pieces has been made by hand, with minimal digital intervention.