Paintings by Paco Pomet.
c is for killing and that’s good enough for me.
Top image is amazing!!
whooooo guy is amazing…
I think the 2nd image is my favorite out of the bunch
YES. The top image is bril
Wow! These are so, so original. Love this guy.
It bugs me that work like this is so rare. PURE imagination.
Brilliant, utterly brilliant.
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Makes me want to pick up my brushes again! Genius work!
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Top image is awesome.
Makes me want to eat some cookies and go buy an AK.
SO SICKENINGLY SMART.
Awesome stuff. Love the first one.
the 5th one is my favourite
I wouldn’t mind if they could be a bit more realistic in terms of brush strokes, but still – well done
“a bit more realistic in terms of brush strokes”
W I L D!
Unreal. Unreal. Unreal. !!!
absolutely adore the thickness of the strokes. creates so much more depth. i can honestly say i haven’t seen painting like this. love it!
These are pretty creepy but they’re just lovely! Like a weird fudgey dream.
the paint at the top is hilarous
wow these are pretty.. genius. i love how thick some of the brush strokes are. it makes me want to paint again! i love these.
I’ve been reading BOOOOOOOM for quite some time now and this is the first instance where I have been involuntarily compelled to leave a comment. THESE ARE INCREDIBLE.
This is blowing my mind
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I LOVE THEMMMMM
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what i’d give to see these up close!
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Some appear as small bits of a story, others entice seeking and surrender. Thanks, I enjoy the work.
ha, i know where the house with balcony and couch outside stands!
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that made me giggle – I want a print of that!
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they are all beautiful but the ones that appear to be ‘set in the past’ are the ones that really capture my imagination…
this is very beautiful! I love the colour palette!
cookie monster is great.
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