Illustrations by Jeremy Enecio. Baltimore.
Crazy stuff, but great imagination. I dig.
Wow, these feel so familiar to me- taken in sum, they call up Grimm`s, Shakespeare, 1001 Arabian Nights, Bulfinch`s Mythology… I could go on. Beautiful and terrifying, puzzling and curious.
oh my gosh so lovely
He came into my class at MICA last semester and did a tutorial for us, he mixes so many different skills together into one piece, its crazy. Really awesome stuff.
James Jean springs to mind. Still, these are seriously great!
The 5th definitely reminds me of “A Scarlet Letter”
wow. this work makes you want to know the narrative behind it. beautiful.
I really like this stuff. Thanks for sharing.
the image of the white figures being painted red is very entrancing to me, (it feels like the artist is questioning the western dismissal of color in figure sculpture) but why are the red women pregnant?
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