Paintings by Yago Hortal.
normally don’t favor the style but these are really awesome. WOW.
Ditto, Evan. I’m surprised by how much I am loving these!!
I want one of these on my wall.
How do i get one of these?!?! They are so
It’s like a bunch of clowns committed suicide. Awesome haha.
“it’s so bright and vivid… what does this meeeeeaaaan??”
His work is so beautiful! We used it for our daily inspiration… http://www.beautylabny.com/blog/2010/07/28/daily-inspiration-yago-hortal/
I just am digging the incredible boldness, no-holds-barred approach here. Color, application, space, gesture: all taken the max. I can’t even imagine how much fun they must be to make because they are incredible fun and visually rich to look at.
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