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LEROY TAKES A MOMENT TO REFLECT ON ALL THAT HE HAS LOST by Matthew Dunn
Ink, acrylics and photoshop
matthew, dunn, matthewdunnart, comic, horror, gas mask, black, abstract, blue, white
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
Aww. Poor leroy, seems to have lost a lot, innit? Why don.t you make a list so we’ll feel more sorry for him?
It’d be quicker to write a list of the things he hasn’t lost, doesn’t take much to read a blank piece of paper. Poor bastard.
I know what you’re talking about. This is awesome, great done!
Thanks a lot man :-)
Things rarely go his way, he’s kinda like an older, more prone to violence version of Charlie Brown :-)
Can i lend leroy sushi cat for a day? Maybe it’d make him happier? :(
Now that’s something I’ve been meaning to ask. The hammer. Is it one particular hammer that he’s grown rather attached to, or does he just pick up random ones on the move?
It’s the same hammer, one of the few pre-plague possessions he’s been able to hang onto, a sentimental object.
Awesome. Love the dark grunge feel to it.
this is great, i love the stencil fell to it. ;-)
I really like these ‘mixed media’? pieces. Love the textures and the colours even more.
Thanks a lot :-)
Thanks man, I’m really enjoying working on these ink/brush pieces at the moment, and I’m happy people are enjoying then as well :-)
Fantastic mate – love the fact that there seems to be an elements of abstraction entering the frey – not sure if its intentional – would assume so – great work dude.
Thanks man. I find with these brush pieces I’m leaning more and more towards those abstract elements to capture and express the mood and tone of the piece, instead of using the details I would normally incorporate if it were a tightly pen-inked piece.