27.08.09 by Jeff

Allison Schulnik

Paintings by Allison Schulnik. Los Angeles.

allison schulnik los angeles artist painter painting

allison schulnik los angeles artist painter painting

allison schulnik los angeles artist painter painting

allison schulnik los angeles artist painter painting

allison schulnik los angeles artist painter painting

allison schulnik los angeles artist painter painting

allison schulnik los angeles artist painter painting

allison schulnik los angeles artist painter painting

allison schulnik los angeles artist painter painting

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



  • Parker

    Ridiculous Texture, love the tiger.

  • Finnie

    This is rather.. different. I haven’t seen much like it, really.

  • Addi

    wow. these are lovely, i’m a texture fanatic.

  • Love the texture too. Are you using your fingers Allison?

  • Kiuk

    This is so abrasive, and in your face. I like it.

  • so

    ahaha these are awesome! 😀

  • themodernspirit.blogspot.com

    Awesome style! Great vivacity!

  • I want those monkeys on my wall…

  • lapetitefaon

    WHAT IS GOING ON? AHHHHHH!!! I love a lot of things, but I really, and I mean REALLY LOVE THIS. I would LOOOOOOVE one of these on my walls, how freaking incredible, unlike anything else!!!!!! 1-4 is AHHHHH!!!

  • Cillian

    nazz

  • fantastic

  • emi

    Disturbing and different, I really like it; especially Monkeys.

  • cheke

    wow congratulations.
    in mexico we wold talk “pasado de verga”

  • FOO

    such an amazing painter

  • zanez

    POWERFULL,strange. full w toughts

  • Erin

    allison, really, just breathtaking. if i could i would lay a big wet smooch right up on your cheek.

  • I saw this work at the UnoSuNove Gallery in Rome while assisting Artists Anonymous- they showed with her. The work is gorgeous in person! So glad to see it here too.

  • NETTE

    omg, these are insanely ridiculous.

  • ross ashmore

    Really really good. Shame i thought i was the only one working in this style. What size are these? PLease let me know. Thanks

  • Fuskeldon

    Love energy inside you works .So emotional.

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  • eltee

    they are alive and screaming to get out of 2D canvas world – inspirational –
    thanks

  • eltee

    they are alive, evolving out of the 2D canvas world –
    and pissed about it ~
    inspirational work !
    thanks

  • I met the artist at my course at otis, She is so nice and extremely talented. She made a claymation video for the band grizzly bear, and it is incredible!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Puph1hejMQE

    check it out

  • I Want The First!

  • Saara

    No way, it’s Allison! I’ve loved the video for Grizzly Bear’s Ready, Able from the first second I saw it and the third picture looks just like the scene in the final 30-or-so seconds. I love how the paintings look exactly like her – I immediately thought of her when I saw the monkey head in the preview picture.

    Thanks for posting this! 🙂

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  • LOVE all of these! Great flow and energy, I must try this

  • those monkeys freak me out

  • SUPERB use of media-
    Finally something new, fresh and really different!

  • 啞:convivial:啞 ڿڰ:cannibal:ڿڰ 啞

    me too.





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