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Artist Russ Mills creates these astonishing images using a wide variety of traditional methods including painting and drawing with ink and pencil, but also utilizing scanned textures including splotches of paint (or “painting disasters” as he calls them) as well as photography. The resulting paintings are sparse in color but seem to contain explosive amounts of energy as displayed in the rough brushes of paint and the almost perfectly manic pencil strokes.

Artist Russ Mills creates these astonishing images using a wide variety of traditional methods including painting and drawing with ink and pencil, but also utilizing scanned textures including splotches of paint (or “painting disasters” as he calls them) as well as photography. The resulting paintings are sparse in color but seem to contain explosive amounts of energy as displayed in the rough brushes of paint and the almost perfectly manic pencil strokes.

Saatchi Online Artist: Yaheya Pasha; Acrylic 2013 Painting "Torsión"

Saatchi Online Artist: Yaheya Pasha; Acrylic 2013 Painting "Torsión"

A Kiss by Hopare – PadStyle | Interior Design Blog | Modern Furniture | Home Decor

A Kiss by Hopare – PadStyle | Interior Design Blog | Modern Furniture | Home Decor

Amazing Art

Amazing Art

nez, oreilles, yeux et bras

nez, oreilles, yeux et bras

Japan Icons Illustration : PAST by PutriFebrianaG

Japan Icons Illustration : PAST by PutriFebrianaG

rebel6: by Yasin IŞIK

rebel6: by Yasin IŞIK

The Tree Of Life Movie Poster Mondo Purple by Tomer Hanuka

The Tree Of Life Movie Poster Mondo Purple by Tomer Hanuka

Phoebe Philo photographed by David Sims in Vogue Paris - full post at Le Completiste Original sketch by me - almostlightblack

Phoebe Philo photographed by David Sims in Vogue Paris - full post at Le Completiste Original sketch by me - almostlightblack

Robert Rauschenberg, Cardbird I, 1971. Offset lithograph, screenprint, tape, and polyethylene collage on corrugated cardboard, 45 x 30 inches.

Robert Rauschenberg, Cardbird I, 1971. Offset lithograph, screenprint, tape, and polyethylene collage on corrugated cardboard, 45 x 30 inches.