23.09.08 by Jeff

Russ Mills

Great mixed media work by illustrator Russ Mills. Kinda like Ian Francis with a sprinkle of Jackson Pollock (I never knew about this site! I could waste so much time here). Love this stuff.

http://www.byroglyphics.com













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



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  • http://www.vasho.ca vasho

    Russ is the man. i have about 5 prints of his and hes a really really nice guy from the UK.
    Always comes up with fresh new work.

  • Kyle

    Holy Moly, these are the type of prints dreams are made of.. damn!

    • Camille

      This pulls me in. I feel like I’m drowning. It’s surreal.

  • JSE

    Where do you find so many talented individuals? These are really impressive.. especially like how the hair/paint splatter on the first one has a lot of depth – looks 3d.

  • http://www.jolinphoto.com Jolin

    reminds me of ben tour – so sick. i really love the motion of the paint/graphic molds a face,.. its like a free flowing spirit.

  • JSE

    Where do you find so many talented individuals? These are really impressive.. I especially like how the hair/paint-splatter on the first one has a lot of depth – looks almost 3d.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    it’s my job! haha

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  • sully

    how on earth did he do it like that i want to learn it

  • http://www.pelapapas.com.mx Pelapapas

    fantastic!

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  • Rami

    Hi there, I love ur all of ur work… is look so nice^^..well now at school i am going to do some potrait drawing -.-..I also want to learn ur techinique, so i can do that techinique for my project at school for portfolio…and i wonder how u do that^^..
    Your regard,
    rami

    • LambertLover:D

      Russ Mills makes random backgrounds, then scans them onto his computer, puts the picture of the person on and using photoshop to edit it, then prints the picture and splashes ink on the print :) I did Russ Mills in my GCSE portfolio x

  • Andreas

    Very inspiring! Thank you for breaking boundaries and innovating life.

  • Simon

    awesome work, Amazing talent!

  • http://northierthanthou.com/ northierthanthou.com

    beautiful work.





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