Drawings by Skinner. Sacramento, California.
Been a Skinner fan forever. His art is amazing.
yeaa it IS
That is incredible..
Oh wow. This and Jirat. You’ve put the spotlight on two of my favourite illustrators in days.
I’m new to the site. This was the first artist I saw. I’m blow away, and will always be a fan now.
welcome to the site Kelliermie!
Freakin awesome. I’ve never seen anything like this before. So. Much. Talent. Lend me some?
Just saw a skinner exhibit in SF (111 minna).
his wall collage was amazing and cracked me up!
y’ll a’nt got no clue. his opening at 111 minna was mind fucking altering. skinner lives his art. he is his art. and if you think his art rips…wait till you hear him on the geetar and his wife on da-drums. shred cakes.
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I’ve been friends and working with Skinn for over 5 years and all this positive response to his work after all his time in the trenches stokes me out like you wouldn’t believe.
I forwarded a link to this page to him (he’s actually taking a well deserved spin around Europe this summer to re-group from the epic radness that was the Minna show) and he’s very humbled and excited to hear it all as well.
Thanks for the post, Jeff!
glad to hear it Skinners work is fantastic, please say hello to him for me!
Those are freaking excellent! Last one kinda reminds me of Hansel and Gretel in a weird way or a haunting version of the game Candyland.
This isn’t what I usually like, but for some reason, I REALLY LIKE IT (:
Also, and this is just me being obsessed with twitter, but the first painting is the background on Mitchell Davis’s phone.
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wow this is unlike anything i’ve ever seen! Awesome detail.. I love how everything has background..
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