Paintings by Alex Roulette. Brooklyn.
Great work, I love the crisp use of colour.
I got caught with the first pic. I really thought it was nothing else but a photo. And then, when you see more of Alex work, you find out…
Thanks for this.
Wow, beautiful ‘in the moment’ paintings! Look like photographs… -B
These are amazing! Where can we find more?
WHAAAAAT. These are out of control, crazy, ridiculous talent.
OMG!!!!! how amazing is this!! 3rd one its just ridiculous! (in a good way of course) love them! such a talented artist, congratulations!
Jeeeezus, his sense of lighting and atmosphere is scary good! Also really nice sense of story in each piece… almost like they’re from the same series of books or something.
#2. Loving the pool scene. Some really interesting work.
WHOA! I am in looove with this artist!!! <3
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Fchhhhh… dame nice.
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I’ve been wondering where that first one was from ever since I saw it used as the cover for Horse Shoes’ ‘The Imperial School’ EP. These are all amazing.
Wow! I really thought the first one was a photo! :)
amazing!! i really thought the first two were pictures!!
This blows my mind!
i’am a machine disable to do that….
thankful I’m able to enjoy it…
will look for more of his work…
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NEED ALEX ROULETTE ON THE PROJECT!.
he went to my college and seeing his work in person is even better then the photos….alex your work is grade A
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