“Secret Identity”, paintings by Simon Monk.
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These paintings are so good that I had to put two of them side by side to compare the hooks and door, making sure they were actually different. Absolutely incredible talent, to make me do that. I could just about tell the figures and the bags were painted but the hooks are so realistic.
yea i had the same thought about the hooks haha
Are they really paintings? its difficult to believe that!
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um. wow… those are amazing
Simon was one of my art and design tutors at college, he’s a very interesting/inspiring person and his work, well, speaks for itself!
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Just found out this series is available as limited edition prints – yay!
Limited Edition Prints are available of Simon’s work at http://www.pouchofdouglas.bigcartel.com/category/simon-monk See you there! 🙂
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