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I SEE A DARKNESS by Matthew Dunn
This was done as a warm-up for another upcoming exhibition, which will feature ink portraits of Leroy
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Matthew Dunn is a Melbourne-based artist who constantly bounces between the realms of comics, exhibitions, design, and more. You can see more of his work at www.matthewdunnart.com
I really dig this man. The style is just fantastic.
Thanks man. I really enjoy working on these pieces, putting the pens down and just going crazy with the brushes :-)
If John Hilcoat did the Leroy film, this’d be the poster.
That’d be an incredible movie :-)
Awesome! I was listening to that album yesterday :)
I love that you always get these references :-)
This is great, this art, this Image
Bruce Willis in Unbreakable… in a gas mask.
Ol’ Bruce wouldn’t last 5 minutes against Leroy, especially if he was armed with a bucket of water.
brilliant as always, there is just no stopping you man! xD
Thanks man :-)
‘Bonnie Prince Leroy’…hehe…one day I won’t get a reference and you will be disappointed.
hehe yeah, I’ll have to name my next piece after a Taylor Swift song or something to try and catch you out :-)
You take that back! ;) I don’t know about you but I loved that movie.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge fan of that movie, was just pointing out that Leroy would kick his ass ;-)
Leroy must have something going on that I don’t know about. Maybe in his second book…?
The new book I’m working on features many new bits of info on the man, his life pre-zombies and the origin of the gas mask :-O
Amazing work as always. Loving the grunge/dark feel to it, reminds me a lot of the concept work you see for video games. :D
Thanks a lot Alexander :-)