Incredible ink drawings by Jérôme Meynen.
Mix between M.C. Escher and Piet Parra?
looks like something pretty distinct to me
its difficult to explain what i feel.
its like a book.
Anyone know what kind of pens he uses?
I’m completely blown away. how old is this guy?
hell’o everybody more work here :http://hellomonsters.wordpress.com/
Hello Monsters have a great book out called Carnival of Charlatans which is well worth the price. Great work Jerome!
Really nice! Makes me think of Escher too :)
Colorful works are very nice too!!
a bit of Bosch in there as well
Stark, and, while populated by plenty of figures, lonely, too. Nice job.
Escher meets Genvieve Gauckler meets with Parra
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