Paintings by Conor Harrington.
yea,he’s fucking awesome.
Wowow! How does he do that? These are fantastic!
wow, these are pretty amazing!
dido DROOLIN, these are amazing!!! Talent= Conor Harrington.
LOSING MY MIND!!!! The third is freaking like oh my god soooooooooo GOOOOOOD!!!
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these are really really incredible. i would hang every one of them on my wall. amazing work. i LOVE it.
Jiminy Christmas, today was a great day for BOOOOOOOM!
very very cool
Very beautiful work.
conor harrington has been absolutley killing it for years, and he just keeps getting better. his outdoor pieces are amazing. get involved, follow this guy.
His girlfriend just did an interview at http://www.fecalface.com/SF/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1909
another great artist, with a handful of similar stylings..
i posted Chloe’s work before, i had no idea hit was his girlfriend!
yeah, I remember reading about it in a past article a year ago and the FF interview mentions it too. That was my TMZ contribution for the day, and I apologize.
The figure in the second painting from the bottem is tasty, very nice group of work. Reminds me of Ian Francis’ paintings.
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fuck me. wowwwwwwww
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really original and fresh. never seen anything quite like it before.
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Nice, I wish you gave credit to your source.
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Harrington brings a lot to the table. He has a viral style of modern street art. By far a prodigy in his trade.
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