16.09.10 by Jeff

Anthony Lister

Anthony Lister paints The Standard (New York) hotel.

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

He also painted some cool masks that are for sale:

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york

anthony lister paints the standard hotel new york













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • http://www.artsurfsoul.com Matt Lawler

    Super deluxe. Great post- thanks for sharing Anthony’s work.

  • http://everydayiveknownyou.com mp

    I like those work in progress shots, where the negative space is defined by the empty glass.

  • http://www.macati.blogspot.com macati

    hi!
    my first time here in your blog and I’m loving it…
    will be back for sure…

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      Awesome! Good to have you!

  • http://dietplaid.wordpress.com Jen

    I love seeing the progress of it. The line work is great :)

  • zach

    Thanks for posting this! he’s my absolute favorite!

  • lapetitefaon

    Anthony Lister is so badass! Love his work!

  • http://whodesignedit.net Chungdesigns

    Truly great work! I personally like just the line drawings by themselves, but the colored work is great too!

  • Droolin

    nothing like a good mask

  • http://www.birdbee.be birdbee

    the line work really is amazing :)
    it gets lost in the color
    he adds the color by paint, does he use a big black marker to draw the lines? I can’t clearly see

  • ifeatu

    Wait he’s drawing this backwards isn’t he? Amazing!

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  • http://flickr.com/photos/superstark Haley

    I love this… his contours remind me much of Garance Dore’s style

  • chinchillah

    Bill Sienkiewicz

  • ryans

    His paintings are super fancy looking





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