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Featured Curator of the Week: Michael Carini (acrylicalchemy)
JFeather works on refining the art of graffiti by taking an instinctive, stream of consciousness approach to his art. He experiments with aerosol, acrylic paint, digital prints, and wheat paste to create his personal rendition of clean lined/stylized urban pop art. Jason takes inspiration from everything from the sultry seductive female body form, pop culture, and even nature.
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Featured Curator of the Week: Michael Carini (acrylicalchemy)
JFeather works on refining the art of graffiti by taking an instinctive, stream of consciousness approach to his art. He experiments with aerosol, acrylic paint, digital prints, and wheat paste to create his personal rendition of clean lined/stylized urban pop art. Jason takes inspiration from everything from the sultry seductive female body form, pop culture, and even nature.
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crossconnectmag:

Featured Curator of the Week: Michael Carini (acrylicalchemy)
JFeather works on refining the art of graffiti by taking an instinctive, stream of consciousness approach to his art. He experiments with aerosol, acrylic paint, digital prints, and wheat paste to create his personal rendition of clean lined/stylized urban pop art. Jason takes inspiration from everything from the sultry seductive female body form, pop culture, and even nature.
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crossconnectmag:

Featured Curator of the Week: Michael Carini (acrylicalchemy)
JFeather works on refining the art of graffiti by taking an instinctive, stream of consciousness approach to his art. He experiments with aerosol, acrylic paint, digital prints, and wheat paste to create his personal rendition of clean lined/stylized urban pop art. Jason takes inspiration from everything from the sultry seductive female body form, pop culture, and even nature.
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Featured Curator of the Week: Michael Carini (acrylicalchemy)

JFeather works on refining the art of graffiti by taking an instinctive, stream of consciousness approach to his art. He experiments with aerosol, acrylic paint, digital prints, and wheat paste to create his personal rendition of clean lined/stylized urban pop art. Jason takes inspiration from everything from the sultry seductive female body form, pop culture, and even nature.

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