Amazing gouache and ink work from Charlie Roberts.
you painted a picture of my friend’s picture from that vice photo issue with the pentagram hand, word.
I am in love.
So amazing! So sick.
INSTANT FAVORITE ARTIST EVERRRRRRR WOW AWESOME YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
love the astoria view in the last one. vancouver!
HOT DAMN!!!!! Smokin’!
This is amazing. It makes me smile
wow! each painting must take a year .. sooooo good
Those gouaches are crazy!! amazing how many details there are!
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wow! these are pretty special!
OMFG. this is crazy! and, btw – yes, that´s totally the pic of that VICE photo issue. 😀
ahaha. well. it´s even written below.. too many details everywhere.. overlooked it! again, stunning work.
how pretty how nice to look at!
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Wow. They say the devil is in the detail…looks he’s been tamed. Amazing. I love the monitor/keyboard!
Great and unique style!
I really like the window views. those spaces definitely belong to a P person! I could search these paintings for hours.
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Now showing (til 25 April 2010) in Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort (the Netherlands) exhibition BALLS TO THE WALL featuring KRAPP KAPP. Exciting new sculptures and drawings.
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this is very inspiring! i love how its so chaotic and the same time can still retain structure/form. loveee it!
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