Saturday, November 30, 2013

AJ Fosik!works/crg5 

i found this guy closer to august this year in a an interview i read. AJ Fosik started as an illustration major and was also a graffiti artist in the 90' in Detroit. he even would put wood pieces around the city as his contribution to the community of street art. how he became an artist that works three dimenionally is he always had an urge to work that way from the arrangement of signage and drawings he did. he mainly works in wood. what i love about his work is the bright colors he uses making his work look current, yet give off a feeling that you would find this in some sort of indian burial ground. it looks like something you would hang up to ward off evil spirits. they also look like idols people would worship to. theyre terrifying and awesome at the same time.

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