This Artist Makes Creepy Pop-Cultural References With an Unusual Technique
Painter Blake Neubert’s aesthetic is somewhere between horror-film scary and thrift-store kitschy, with a healthy dose of tabloid-style Americana thrown in for good measure. But what makes his work really special is the technique he uses to breathe a second life into his paintings.
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