References II

Paragon || #artxman

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"Space Monk II" || #artxman

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"Dichotomy" || #artxman

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Four Seasons of Paper Dolls. 🌟✨⭐️💫🌙 #blackhistorymonth #icons #donnasummer

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Work

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"PRINCESS ZAOULI" — #AlienEdits

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@ae_selfies / #AlienEdits

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♑️ @ae_selfies / #AlienEdits

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C/Fe 005

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The Art Tickling my Fancy

It must be a factor of minimalism and abstract thought dominating my mind at the moment but I’ve been drawn towards certain types of artist of late. Clean lines, laser focused use of colours, whimsical projections, whatever it is about these following artists, they’ve definitely found themselves seared into my imaginary. I’ll let their work speak for itself.

Issak Ik Emokpae

 

Oluseye

"two dimensional sculptural portraits" #oluseye

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Victor Ekpuk

Studio today. #artiststudio #victorekpuk

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Francis Kalu Essoua AKA Enfant Précoce

 

Neals Niat

Victork Ehikhamenor

Woman in trance. #tbt #thingsremembered

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Iman Geddy

Yellow is still a great color. #illustration #HyperCherries

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Adele Supreme

We just want the food to appear already

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Promise O’nali

 

Bryant Giles

" morning "

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