Paintings by Charlie Immer.
love them , they are so smooth ,almost eatable
wow lately it has been seen lots of pop surrealistic painters that pretty much do the same things , in this case i found this very intriguing, it looks like the painter tries to deal with the cuestion “if toons are really alive?”then he comes up with the idea that if they are alive then they must be animals and he brings up all this biological lenguaje of NEON ocean colours , organs, bony estructures ,and all kind of cells types that makes the surrealistic creatures seem like they can actually breath and reproduce
oh yeah i love this guys work , real nice
I love all of Charlie’s paintings. I’ve seen his work before about a year ago and not that I wasn’t interested but I guess I didn’t have time that day to actually check out his stuff. Anyway, Booooooom I’m so glad that you’ve brought him back to my attention. His work is amazing because it almost looks as though you could just reach out and touch the slime. I agree w/ Antar, this dude is definitely testing the waters and he’s doing a stellar job at it too. And I thought it was just me that realized a lot of artists are doing this type of pop/surrealistic style, but only, he has a legit style.
On another note: I’ve always wanted to intern/assist an artist on his/her work. And now Charlie has been added to my list of potential artists to work w/. :))
i love these works–the macabre juxtaposed with the colors definitely makes a statement.
Turning ugly into beautiful. Well done.
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