Love the post today, that's some fantastic art!
wow wow WOW
Incredibly detailed, incredibly beautiful!
I love itttttttt !! wowwwwwwwwwwww
Amazing work. Love the vivid colours. It reminds me of the work of outsider artist and psychotic Adolf Wölfli.
I wonder if he was influenced by the great msytical Argentine artist, Xul Solar?
..cool art. found by looking for Aubrey Beardsley work! What a stroke of luck. I will show everyone I know.!
Thanks for your kind comments. I don't know if Garcia was influenced by Wölfli and Solar, but I own books on both of them and you might say this blog is influenced by them :>
que groso alex, the first one is amazing, really cool artisthey take a trip to my blog!saludos!
that makes two of us Will . . . my favorite artist of all time is Henry Darger and a lot of taste stems from there . . . Escape into Life reflect this influence and inspiration . . .btw, incredible post
wow,these are magnificent,masterfully detailed.great blog by the way :)
these are a maze zing!
I did click and enlarged...wow, that is some dedication to detail. sick.
Xul Solar, yep. Actually I was just talking to an Uruguayan girl about him and other 'spiritual' Latin American artists. Noticing Will also has very good taste in music, one should also mention Arco Iris' UFO-inspired album 'Agitor Lucens V', yay?
Wonderful. It looks like the mediumistic drawings.
Woah. Real dense, amazing.
I love this artwork, I've reposted it on my blog!http://shardette.blogspot.com/2010/08/trippy.html
Hello,Do you have any contact information for Alexandro? I am trying to get a hold of him about his art but I can't find anything about him online.Thanks!Cassandra
Cassandra, I just updated the dead links to the Christian Berst gallery. I worked with them on the post and they would be the best place to contact first.
Does anyone know how to contact this artist? I've been trying to find him online to no avail? I'd like to ask his permission to use his art alongside my music. Thanks.
Kudos for the shout-out to Jonathan Richman. His first couple albums have some minor gems!