The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"This was a commission for a special collector and he loved the “head” paintings I do, so he requested “Coke Head”, “Pot Head”, and “Crack Head”. I had already done a smaller Coke Head painting years back and wanted to try it on a larger scale. The collector was from New York, so I put in a NY-type skyline. The client also collects Greg “Craola” Simkins work, so we thought it would be fun to have him do his magic.
I have a long list of “Head” images I still need to do and I revisit some from time to time. I’m going through a drug induced theme of late." - Bob Dob
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
was born and raised in the once lazy beach town of Hermosa Beach California. After his child hood dream of becoming a pro baseball player was taken from him due to a battle with cancer he gravitated towards music and art. Playing in a punk band for 10 years named Lunacy, the exposure to the music scene in Los Angeles would have great influence on his art.
While focusing on music theory at a local community college Bob began taking drawing and painting classes. Eventually his interest in art took over and he transferred to Otis College of Art and Design in 1998 where he earned his Bachelors Fine Art Degree in illustration.. After graduation in 2001 he freelanced working for such clients as The Fox Family Channel, Aflac, Kraft, Intel, The Village Voice, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Random House Publishing, and numerous editorial magazines.
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