Skulls and Illusions by Tom French

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
In late 2011, we showed you the work of Tom French, a fine artist who, inside of his dripping skull portraits created sub-portraits of women amongst the skull piece. The And now, some newer works. The England-based artist "combines detailed photorealism with strong elements of abstraction and surrealism, focusing on the reflection of the conscious and subconscious mind."

The Work of Tom French

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 14, 2011
Tom French is a talented artist from across the pond, whose work and technique is very inspiring. His charcoal drawings successfully breathes new life into Charles Allan Gilbert’s “All Is Vanity” (1892). Tom’s style merges the use of academic tradition with contemporary urban realism.

The illusions of Tom French

Illustration // Sunday, November 13, 2011
Tom French is a talented artist from across the pond, whose work and technique is very inspiring. His charcoal drawings successfully breathes new life into Charles Allan Gilbert’s “All Is Vanity” (1892). Tom’s style merges the use of academic tradition with contemporary urban realism. His work has a well balanced duality of being both beautiful and unsettling.

Tom French

Illustration // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Through figurative illustrations, Tom French, blends the lines between reality and surrealism. He combines the technicality of his formal drawing skills with the carefree lines and movement of his charcoal medium.

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