Four Inches.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

I like the idea of four-inch paintings the same way I like the idea of six-word stories — both require making the most of very little, and confronting the challenges of limited space with creativity and care. With their four-by-four-inch works, Michael Dumontier and Neil Farber manage to tell stories tinged with mystery, humor, and darkness, capturing worlds much bigger than the confines of their tiny canvases. See for yourself, here.


I'm also a longtime fan of the brilliant Animals with Sharpies series, which, as it happens, was the topic of one of my very first posts on this site. See more recent work on the blog Personal Message, here.

6 comments:

burntfeather said...

I love art that has humor the sharpies series is awesome too! Thanks for sharing :)

Brianna Soloski said...

Fun!

Rachel said...

I love that A) they have a list of things they would be willing to trade their paintings for, and B) one of those things is this: http://www.halloween-mask.com/werewolf_spctr.htm

Anonymous said...

So funny.

Shoko said...

Rachel, oh my goodness, I totally missed that. That is incredible.

May said...

AMAZING!!!!

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