Spectacular Illustration by Brian M. Viveros

Spectacular Illustration by Brian M. Viveros





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02.22.10

wonderful

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02.22.10

I love your work ! so amazing ! cant believe my eyes !!! lol

I think i’m gonna post something about your work on my blog in the next days….. are you ok ?
TXS !

02.22.10

Thanks Argadol, yes you can put.

02.22.10

“Getting tired of all these fucking cigarettes!”

02.22.10

ABSOLUTELY SUPER DUPER!

02.22.10

Not that great.

Its the same image repeated 20 times.

Use some creativity

02.22.10

The talent is there!!!! Unfortunately emotions are missing. Beautiful illustrations of beautiful girls SMOKING. Is there any point? Do you try to communicate any feeling?

02.22.10

stop hating “mike” and “nigel”…”not that great” lmfao

02.22.10

perhaps apathy is the point in these illustrations, even if they are similar it doesnt subtract from the quality nor the beauty. fantastic work

02.22.10

Great work! They are truly original and beautifully done. They remind me a bit (color-wise) of WWII era pinups.

Roger

02.22.10

Is this the vision the artist sees underneath the veneer of the fashion and modeling world? That what they are really selling is death? That the beauty we behold in magazines comes at the cost of submission, pain, and death? That sexualization and apathy are really just tomes of death worship? Does the artist rebuke or revel in this realization?

02.22.10

http://iniciativacolectiva.com/mag/ic9/ic9zine.htm
On Page 66 the artist is interviewed and says, “My purpose is to keep my ARM-ME growing. An Army of Strong, Sexy, Smoking, Surreal, women of power. I like the idea of this type of movement and what better than through the form of a woman. It’s like they’ve been through it all but still have time to pose for my camera eye. ”

These woman are not ‘strong’ except that they are perhaps hardened as slaves. And that he should be so chauvinistic to think it is sexy and “strong” because she knows to submit herself to his “camera eye” despite having gone “through it all”… either he has become the very thing he was satirizing or the movement he refers to is one of occult sadism, where woman are objects to be posed and admired amidst violence. It is not much different than the Madison avenue advertising companies that have sold death and lies beneath the veneer of beauty, except at least this the artwork is completely honest about its worship of death.

02.22.10

i would like them a lot better if she didn’t have a cigarette in her mouth in every pitcure

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02.22.10

This is like the same girl…over and over again…

02.22.10

You have one weird fetish dude.

02.22.10

@ Max Axiom : Chill dude, seriously, you’re like the definition of taking shit too seriously. Who exactly are you to say what may or may not be empowering to some people? There are certainly women who feel empowered by looking a certain way and/or their sexuality. There is nothing wrong with that : | It’s no different than a women being just as empowered by being a stay at home mom ( if she chooses that ) or a high powered CEO. Everyone has their own preferences.

02.22.10

How very Freudian…

Personally, I think this is hardly spectacular. While yes, he is a good artist in that he knows how to use his medium, there is hardly any originality in any of these drawings. As said before, it is basically the same woman over and over again, with maybe some slight variations. It reminds me of a photomodel with only a single expression in her repetoire, because that is ‘her good side’.

I couldn’t fathom a guess about his throughts behind this, and I don’t think I’d want to. These pieces are not appealing enough to me to bother with that in anyway.

I’m not ‘hating’, simply expressing my opinion. I am fully aware that most people will not agree and that is all right with me. Everyone’s entitled to their own vision, taking ‘shit’ as seriously as they want. Also, it’s a shame I have to waste a paragraph saying this, but I thought I’d get it out of the way. You never know on the internet.

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