Inredible Charcoal Drawings by Robert Longo

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Robert Longo is an American painter and sculptor whose primary medium of expression is charcoal on paper. Longo became famous in the 1980s for his "Men in the Cities" series, which depicted sharply dressed businessmen writhing in contorted emotion.

Included in this gallery are explosive drawings of atomic bomb blasts entitled "The Sickness of Reason", massive breaking waves entitled “Monsters” and portraits of sharks which he calls “Perfect Gods”. Also included are some drawings from "Men in the Cities" and few others.

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2 comments:

  1. Even the more amazing since they're not photos! They're charcoal - black burnt wood pencils.

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