Surrealist reality. Kinga Britschgi.


About Kinga Britschgi, in her own words.

Kinga Britschgi is a Hungarian artist living in the United States. She is best known for her magical digital images that always have some dark surrealistic elements. She was born in Nagyatád, Hungary and moved to the U.S. in 1995. She has a degree in Fine Arts (graphic design), TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), and Elementary Education.

Her works were published in numerous professional publications and in 2013 Adobe chose her as one of the artists in their ‘New Creatives’ campaign.

She lives with her husband and son in Boise, Idaho.

– I earned a degree in Elementary Education, including Art Education and also in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. For a long time I had a very hard time deciding which direction I wanted to take. In Hungary, it seemed to be teaching English and some art, in the United States, it is mainly art with some teaching.

I try to make art a daily ritual or at least a daily engagement. Although I usually define myself as a collage-painter and block printer, I have mainly four areas of interest: collages (in a broad sense; as I am also attracted to assemblage, bricollage and such things), block printing, artist books and computer graphics.

I create my pieces from “found objects.” Mainly old ephemera, books, charms, photos, nature’s treasures, fabric and a lot of other sources. I also have innumerable rubber stamps. I am a “metallic” fan: gold, copper, silver, bronze.

Lately I have returned to some of my old college routines: oil paintings, some watercolor and pencil drawings. My favourite and always returning motif is the female nude in many, many forms.

As I also write (unfortunately much less lately than I used to) I often use my writings as a starting and/or inspiring point. I create either a ‘visual writing chunk’ (when the actual words, their physical appearance, have vital parts in the finished piece) or merely an illustration for the chosen sentences.

Recently, while I was drawing for one of my newer collages, I stopped and started to think: why do I not draw/paint a ‘whole-story’ picture? (You know: women are sitting in a sun-lit forest chatting; little cottage on a river bank or even a portrait; you know what I am talking about.) Why do I feel the urge of pasting bits and pieces to / at / below / above / through my seemingly unfinished drawings / paintings and finish them in this way, creating a collage? It is not because I could not paint or draw an ‘epic’ picture, I guess. It is because I do not think in a linear way, and because I always want to express much more than I ever could in any other ‘linear‘ form. I am not saying other directions are wrong; what I mean is, that for the ultimate and only way of my self-expression is the collage form with its unbelievable freedom.

I am a very slow artist; in this context it means that although collage seems to be a very improvisational form, for me it is a very, very serious, bittersweet battle: when I finish my piece I can tell you exactly why I have chosen a certain piece of paper or why I attached that label or why I positioned that rusty piece of metal just there. What I mean is, yes, even if I hate this term, my pieces do have some message; on the other hand I am the last person who expects anyone to ‘go for’ this message. But it is extremely important for me to create purposefully; to know what I do and why exactly I do that in that certain piece. I do believe that in this way I create something that is worth looking at, ‘deeper‘ than a decoupage (“a surface decoration“). And I do believe that even if my ‘message’ cannot be discovered sometimes, the piece can put up with time for a long while and please people as it is being born out of a painful but extremely joyful creative process.

I do not like the term, “fast and easy to make.” I think it is always very hard to make something meaningful and in a lot of cases it is a long and frustrating process. But this is exactly what is most beautiful about being an artist.

In the future, I am planning to go back to school and study printing and book arts.

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More about ‘Kingabrit’

I am a Hungarian artist having been living in the U.S. since 1995. Although my art degree is graphic design I work in both traditional and digital media. Apart from magazine covers and cd covers my works appeared in several professional magazines. I like to create magical worlds in my pictures and my specialty is creating surrealist photo manipulations / photo collages with a touch of fantasy; I call them ‘surrealist reality’. I sometimes design digital collage elements that my clients can mix-and-match to make their own art pieces.

Corporate & personal print designs (posters, flyers, invitations, brochures), book- and cd-covers, packaging, digital illustrations, and digital fine art. Ten plus years of experience in the creative field.

If you are interested in hiring me for a graphic design job visit my website ( “Contact” tab) or simply send me a note here. Please allow me a few days to respond.

I am a professional graphic designer and digital artist working in both traditional and digital media. My specialities are print designs, illustrations, and surreal digital fine art. I love creating corporate and personal flyers, brochures, cards, direct mail pieces (mailers), signage, magazine ads, and banners. I am also designing eye-catching book- and cd-covers.

I do have a very specific and unique way of seeing the world around me, so my designs, although always very professional and effective, stand out of the mainstream designs helping my clients a great deal to achieve their business goal. My clients include Adobe, Sydney Theatre School (Australia), The College of Idaho, Olibet (Belgium), and numerous small businesses and individuals.


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Open Edition, Digitally Signed and Signed Prints

Thank you for your interest in my digital fine art prints! You can order your Open Edition Prints of my images here:

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There are many options and sizes, greeting cards, and a lot of gift items (mugs, coasters, etc) – check them out!

If you would like to have a signed print (either digitally signed or with an original signature, please let me know through my Contact Page and I will get back to you very shortly.

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Inner worlds, outer worlds (2th edition)

Mundos internos, mundos externos. Segunda edición. Versión en castellano.

Uno de los mejores reportajes sobre ciencias de la consciencia, el espíritu y el alma humana, producido por Daniel Schmidt, An REM Publishing Ltd. Film (Responsible Earth Media Ltd.)

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Primera parte: Akasha.

[Publicado el 2 abr. 2014

Existe un campo vibratorio que conecta todas las cosas. Se le ha denominado Akasha, el OM primordial, la red de Joyas de Indra, la música de las esferas y miles de otros nombres a través de la historia. Los antiguos maestros védicos enseñaban Nada Brahma: el universo es vibración. El campo vibratorio está en la raíz de todas las experiencias espirituales verdaderas y de las investigaciones científicas. Es el mismo campo de energía que santos, budas, yoguis, místicos, chamanes, sacerdotes y videntes han observado al observar en su interior.

Muchos de los pensadores monumentales de la historia, como Pitágoras, Keppler, Leonardo Da Vinci, Einstein, y Tesla, han llegado al umbral del misterio.

En la sociedad moderna, la mayoría de la humanidad ha olvidado esta sabiduría antigua.

Hemos incursionado demasiado lejos dentro del campo del pensamiento, aquello que percibimos como el mundo externo de la forma. Hemos perdido la conexión con nuestros mundos internos. Este equilibrio que el Buda llamaba “El camino intermedio” y Aristóteles “El justo medio”, es el derecho inalienable de todo ser humano.

Es la raíz común de todas las religiones y el enlace entre nuestros mundos internos y externos. ]



Segunda parte: La espiral.

Publicado el 2 abr. 2014 – Todas las 4 partes encontrar en: ]



Tercera parte: La serpiente y el loto.

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Cuarta parte: Más allá del pensamiento. 

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A film by: Daniel Schmidt, An REM Publishing Ltd. Film (Responsible Earth Media Ltd.).

Creative Direction and Support: Eva Dametto.

Narration by: Patrick Sweeney.

Cymatics and Water Sound Images by: Alexander Lauterwasser.

Fractal Recursions by: Jock Cooper. 

Frozen Paint Splash Water figure images by: Linden Gledhill. 

Silver crystal trees footage courtesy of: N. Butyl Lithium. “Grow Silver Metal Crystals by Electrochemistry.” NurdRage. 19 Dec 2010. Youtube. 7 Nov 2011. Link to video here

Photo of Benoit Mandelbrot: David.Monniaux. 

Photo of Google CEO Eric Schmidt: Guillaume Paumier / Wikimedia Commons, CC-by-3.0. Link to web site here.

Cymatics cornstarch footage courtesy of: MAKE/Collin Cunningham. Link to web site here.

Violin cymatics footage courtesy of: William G Sampson, Luthier, Dartmouth, NS, Canada.

Spiral Galaxy: Messier 101, Hubble Image: NASA and ESA.

Acknowledgment: K.D. Kuntz (GSFC), F. Bresolin (University of Hawaii), J. Trauger (JPL), J. Mould (NOAO), and Y.-H. Chu (University of Illinois, Urbana).

CFHT Image: Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope/ J.-C. Cuillandre/Coelum.

NOAO Image: G. Jacoby, B. Bohannan, M. Hanna/ NOAO/AURA/NSF.

Commodore Pet Photograph: Rama, Wikimedia Commons, Cc-by-sa-2.0-fr.

Public Domain Images: McKee Springs Petroglyph, Dinosaur National Monument, Utah & Colorado. NPS – National Park Services.

Galaxy and Space Images provided by: NASA and ESA.

Globe of Science and Innovation at Cern: Adam Nieman.

Krishna Photo: Joe M500.

Zeno of Citium Photo: shakko.

Anisthenes Photo: Marie-Lan Nguyen (2009).

Buckminster Fuller Photo: User:Edgy01 (Dan Lindsay).

The Millenium Run Animation: Springel et al. (Virgo Consortium) and the Max-Planck-Institute for Astrophysics.

Apophysis Inspiration and tutorials: Clare Jones.

Cat’s Eye Nebula: R. Corradi (Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes, Spain) and Z. Tsvetanov (NASA).

Whirlpool Nebula: NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA).

Battle_with_Mara: WikipediaUser-Sacca.

Jesus Tempted in the Wilderness: James Tissot (Brooklyn Museum).

Garth and The Universal Brotherhood support and enthusiasm Tai Chi Footage: Garth Sams.

Original Music Score: Daniel Schmidt.

Stock Music by… (link here).

Guidance and Wisdom: Patricia Smith-Strom.

Shostakovich Romance: Violin C.T. Rowe, Piano Dan Schmidt.

Remote footage retrieval: Leo (Leanne Schmidt).



“OM Chandra” – Eva Dametto, Daniel Schmidt, Sian Wilson and the Gospel Girls.

“Wigwam”, “Om Shreen Hreem”, “Balance”, “Nam Myo ho Renge Kyo” – By Vicky Hansen.

“Lonely Duduk” – Stockhausen.

“Strange Waves” – Sazonoff.

“Wishing and Wanting” – Dellay.

“Opening” – Dellay.

“The Prophet” – Henry.

“Bhagavat” – Kharlamov.

“Jiong Number 1” – Julin.

“Vekter” – Steele.

“Night Music 2” – Steele.


Post Production:

Digital Sound Media, a Division of REM Publishing Ltd.


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Festivals and awards

Please check Events on our Facebook Page for the latest screenings.

July 1, 2014
– Winner of Filmmaker’s Choice award in the Conscious Art category in the “Spirit Enlightened” Festival. Culture Unplugged Festival. Link here.

Dec 10,2013 – Nominated for Cosmic Angel Award. Cosmic Cine Film Festival. Germany, 2014

Oct 29, 2013 – Winner of both the Peace Award and Award of Excellence. International Film Festival for Spirituality, Religion and Vision, 2013.

Oct 4, 2013 – Official Selection International Free Thought Film Fest Florida, 2013.

August 4, 2013 – Peace Award of Excellence. International Festival for Peace, Inspiration and Equality, Indonesia, 2013.

July 6, 2013 – Merit Award of Awareness Awareness Festival Santa Monica, CA, 2013.

June 29, 2013 – Official Selection International Film Festival for Peace, Inspiration and Equality (IFFPIE), Indonesia, 2013.

June 28-30 – Official Selection Interrobang Film Festival Des Moines, Iowa, 2013. Link to web site here.

May 30th, 2013 – Official Selection Hausmania Festivalen 2013 Oslo, Norway. Link to web site here.

May 15th. 2013 – Official Selection Scinema Film Festival (Festival of Science Film) Australia. Link to web site here.

April 2nd, 2013 – Official Selection Spirit Quest Film Festival Edinboro, PA

February 28th, 2013 – Winner: Award of Excellence Canada International Film Festival, Vancourver, B.C.

February 15th, 2013 – Winner: Best Feature Documentary DIY Film Festival, California

January 23rd, 2013 – Winner of Eternal Flame Award Surge Film Festival, Texas. Link here.

Wednesday 19th December – 7:15pm – Inner Worlds is an official selection for The 2013 Freestyle Life Film Exhibition. Link here.

January 29th, 2013  – Screenings at the Luminate Festival, New Zealand. Link here.

Wednesday 19th December – 7:15pm – Screening – The Suter Theatre, 208 Bridge st, Nelson, New Zealand. Link here.

Monday Dec. 3rd, 2012 – 
Inner Worlds Outer Worlds officially selected for the Philip K. Dick Film Festival (2012), New York.

Saturday Dec. 1st, 2012 – Inner Worlds Outer Worlds was officially selected for the Globians film festival (2012), Germany. Link here.

Wednesday, Nov. 14th, 2012 – Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds was selected as the winner of the Future World showcase at the Moving Images Film Festival, Toronto (2012).

Wednesday, Oct. 31st, 2012 – Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds has been accepted into IMDB (Internet Movie Database) as a film for 2012. If you have watched the film, please leave a review here.

Monday, Oct. 22nd, 2012 – Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds was selected for the Future World Showcase as part of MIFF (Moving Images Film Festival) in Toronto Canada. There will be a screening on Sunday Nov. 4th at 4:00PM at the Live Annex Theatre.




Press reviews

April 1st – April 25th 2015 – Inner Worlds Outer Worlds Art Exhibit Opening. An exploration of the microcosm reflected within the macrocosm, and the outer world as a reflection of the inner world. Many of the images were used in the film Inner Worlds Outer Worlds (, and will be featured in Dan’s upcoming film “Samadhi”. The exhibit includes works on canvas, acrylic glass as well as moving animated images on LCD screens. Check out the Facebook event for more details.

July, 2014 – Culture Unplugged Festival. Inner Worlds Outer Worlds won the IFILMMAKER’S CHOICE (Conscious Art) reward in the Spirit Enlightened festival. The winner of the award receives $3000.00.

Mar. 7, 2014 – Cosmic Cine Film FestivalIf you are in Germany or Switzerland check out Inner Worlds Outer Worlds at the Cosmic-Cine festival. The screening dates for INNER WORLDS OUTER WORLDS at Cosmic Cine will be at April the 7th at 8:30 pm simultaneously in four cities in germany and Switzerland. In Switzerland in Zurich it is the cinema “Arena Cinemas” and in Germany in Munich it’s the cinema: “mathäser Filmpalast”, in Karlsruhe it’s the cinema: Universum City Kinos and in Darmstadt it’s the cinema: REX Kinos Darmstadt (it’s also at the end of the trailer). The Link to all cities/cinemas you’ll find here.

Inner Worlds Outer Worlds has been nominated for the Cosmic Angel Award by Cosmic Cine Film Festival, Germany.

Dec 9, 2013 – Listen to a Live Interview with Daniel Schmidt on Dragon Spirit on Friday Dec. 13th, 2013 – Dragon Spirit – Live Interview.

Oct 29, 2013 – Check out an Interview with Daniel Schmidt with Daniel Schmidt- Inner Worlds Outer Worlds Interview

Oct 29, 2013 – Inner Worlds Outer Worlds Receives Award of Excellence at International Film Festival for Spirituality, Religion and Vision 2013. Link here.

Oct 9, 2013 – Inner Worlds Outer Worlds – Five Star Review in Link here.

Oct 4, 2013 – Inner Worlds Outer Worlds is an official selection for the International Free Thought Film Festival. Link here.

Sept 24, 2013 – In 2012 the creator of the documentary feature film Inner Worlds Outer Worlds, Canadian filmmaker and meditation teacher Daniel Schmidt, released his multi-award-winning film for free so that it could be seen by as many people as possible. Link here.

August 4, 2013 – Inner Worlds Outer Worlds is the winner of The Peace Award of Excellence at the International Festival for Peace, Inspiration and Equality. Link here.



July 6, 2013 – Inner Worlds Outer Worlds is the winner of Awareness Festival’s Merit Award. Link here.



June 29, 2013 – Inner Worlds Outer Worlds is an official selection for the International Film Festival for Peace, Inspiration and Equality (IFFPIE) 2013. Link here.

Feb 28, 2013 – Winner of Award of Excellence at the Canada International Film Festival. Link here.



April 6, 2013 – Inner Worlds Outer Worlds is listed here.


Reviews From IMDB (The Internet Movie Database). To go to the review page on IMDB click here.

A visually stunning, eye opener, 26 october 2012. Author: sacredpathcentre from Canada.

Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds creates a space of interconnection with viewers that I have rarely experienced in documentary viewing. Visually flawless and breathtaking, the film captures the threads that underlie all spiritual paths and practise. It is a film to help us as humans grow into the new time that is coming. Dan Schmidt draws from a diverse historical perspective, weaving extraordinary visual imagery that emphasizes the film’s message.I cannot compare this film with any other documentary that I have seen, it has a quality of authenticity and power that is often lacking in film making. It seems to have no other goal than to assist the collective consciousness in awakening.

Pulling ‘the veil’ back for everyone to see, 9 january 2013. Author Marc Knez from Canada.

This movie is the single best exposition on the spiritual ‘arts and sciences’ that I believe or know to exist in the world. The content is rich and deep, presented in brilliant sequence with shockingly high production values. The visuals are nothing short of stunning and the subject-matter impeccably researched and presented.

“Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds” effectively pulls back the ‘veil’ of reality by literally painting it’s picture for the viewer. This movie represents an evolutionary leap forward in how this knowledge can be assembled and delivered and (IMO) should be considered a ‘must see’ for anyone interested in developing a comprehensive perspective on the nature of reality… which is the human condition.

And the truth shall set you free 16 january 2013. Author Elea Oberon from United States.

If you have a scientific mind, and spiritual stuff is kinda mumbo jumbo or just really out there for you…. then this movie is for you.

If you love and know spirit, or are a seeker.. then this movie is for you.

Nothing more needs to be said but IMDb requires ten lines to post a review. Well, in that case, I will share that as I went on this masterful journey, every cell in my body quieted down. My mind became soothed, my logic became satiated, my devil’s advocate went to take a nap. I felt love stir in my heart, for no reason with no object. I felt a deep desire to go try this at home.

Wonderful Visuals, great story, 5 january 2013. Author personalcompser from United States.

If you have any interest in the sacred geometry and/or closed and open eyed visuals seen during times of intense meditation you will be seriously impressed by the computer generated fractals and other displays in this film. You might even enjoy the film’s message and the quietly authoritative sound of the narrator’s voice. Be ready to have some of your viewpoints on what the meaning of Life is challenged. The viewpoint of the film is not hidden if you pay the slightest attention but since the perceived viewpoint may be different for many viewers I won’t spoil the party by stating what I took away from it. Watch this several times with friends and see what they think about it. It was worth the 2 hrs plus, actually 4 hrs plus since I’ve seen it twice now. Will watch again.


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Inner Worlds Outer Worlds is currently available in English, French, Spanish, German, Hindi, Arabic, Bulgarian, Polish, Portuguese-Brazilian, Romanian, Swedish and Thai. Link here.