“Blown”, coloured pencil drawings by Julia Randall.
oh my… mind. blown. GUM!?
When I saw the first picture I didn’t really see what it was about. I just thought it was a scrunched up face. But after seeing everything it blew me. This is stonking.
These are incredible.
Holy cow! Yes! These shapes defined my childhood, who would’ve thought to capture them forever in drawings!? Brilliant, and extremely well done.
colored pencils? are you serious??
ahaha..i didnt know if the 1st was a mouth or an ass
jesus I don’t know how with colored pencil this is even possible but okaaaaay, great
If anyone lives in the NYC area, her work will be on view at Garvey Simon Art Access 547 W. 27th Suite 207 NYC 10001 from Nov 14 – Dec 22. Open to the public. Free. Tues – Sat 10-6.
These are beyond great. Need to look up her other work
holy fuck, that’s good! reminds me a bit of ingrid haraldsen’s work;
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