The Art of Charlie Immer

23 Feb
2011

If Charlie Immer’s paintings and illustrations of gorgeous colorful skulls and innards  weren’t  infused with whimsical color such as mint and cotton candy pink they would find themselves in a much darker genre of art. His paintings however are chimerical and fun in nature and falls under the category of ‘lowbrow’ (which is one of our favorite artistic genres). Here are some samples of his work…

Butterskull

It’s What’s on the Inside That Counts

G Flayed Face

Guts Gust

Jelly Face

His work has been featured at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in LA and Gallery 1988 in San Francisco and in Hi-Fructose magazine. Visit Charlie Immer’s blog or Immer’s website to see more of his illustrations and paintings.

1 Response to The Art of Charlie Immer

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Matt

March 3rd, 2011 at 3:09 pm

Sometimes there’s no clear distinction between gorgeous and grotesque. There’s also something incredibly tactile about these paintings.

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