16.09.08 by Jeff

Ric Stultz

Milwaukee-based Ric Stultz just updated his portfolio with a whole bunch of new work called Beasts of Burden! Most of Stultz work is mixed media on paper, and these new ones are all gouache and india ink. Am I the only one who was forced to mix gouache to make colour-wheels, in first year of art school, until my eyes bled? I found it so frustrating, I’m always interested when someone actually chooses to use it.

http://www.ricstultz.com

http://www.ricstultz.com/BEASTS/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • hmm some interesting stuff.. haha i had to search up what gouache is; seems hard to use than water colors. I like the page 2 work, and the graphic print stuff he did – dope!

  • Right on, I like the stone/metal look





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