Paintings by Robin F. Williams. Brooklyn.
very good paintings, the colors are incredible
wow how weird and amazing
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one of my favorite posts in so long. i really am blown away. get it?
seriously though this is very refreshing content
surely refreshing. some wonderfull “jeff koon” thing in the air…
Man, I can actually *hear* some of these paintings.
Good old balloon fetish. I thought the first one was a photo at first.
what amazing use of reflection. He does it so well.
Holly cow his metallics look so real.
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My word. Ridiculous concept. In the best way.
OM my God. This is brilliant.
Wow these are great, but very eerie.
OMG! i love this work really.
I love the Jan Van Eyck reference. And the Jeff Koons-y ness of it is interesting as well.
i love the first one!! just waiting for it to pop
This is really great work! ! I’m in love these. They are fantastic.
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