Works by Danny Espinoza.
Unlike everybody else here (not on this particular post since I’m the first one to write) I will not just say “Wow, amazing!” but instead say what i feel; these are not very interesting. But that’s just an oppinion.
agree to disagree i suppose – i really like these pieces
But most people find it pretty pointless to post if you don’t like them..
That’s quite an intro you got there, Just say it. Clicking the artist’s name is always something to do if you can’t relate to the pieces well, you’re set to find a description of the work. After all, this just might not be the type of work you alone are interested in.
It’s fun to be able to identify the subjects in these and realize the artists ability to break them down into the simplest shapes. It comes with ease
The more abstract a piece gets, the more you can imagine and feel when you see it.
I REALLY like these!
ahahaha, PERFECT RESPONSE
boom for real!
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