07.04.15 by Zach Tutor

Antoe Budiono

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Hyperreal paintings by Indonesian artist Antoe Budiono.  Antoe scraps bits of paint off the canvas with his fingernails to create the light reflections and other highlights seen in his work.  Continue below to see more of Antoe’s work.

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Antoe Budiono’s Website.













Zach Tutor
Zach Tutor is an artist living in Oxford, Mississippi. He is creator & editor of Supersonic Art.



  • Steven

    it’s interesting, his work falls right on the line of self pain and the mundane. From an artist that depicts a lifelike pencil impale, what else should the teeth brushing piece evoke other than the idea that the man brushed his teeth so hard that his front tooth fell out.

    • Steven

      or am I just too dark? ….well either way, these paintings are so interesting!





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