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Bring Your Favourite Animals Into Your Home With These Animal Wall Art Prints. Inspired by the calmness and living in the present moment, this Gorilla print is a must-have wall decoration. Curate illustrated wildlife, animal, and home decor pieces in your home to create a stunning piece of wall art. One-of-a-kind ART, created by Barrett Biggers.
Barrett Biggers grew up in sunny Florida and has been basking in the glorious lightning, meth, and ticks ever since. You would think that would be perfect for a wildlife biologist but he is dreaming of moving to a cold and wet climate which is somehow preferable to a hot and wet climate. I think it’s a good idea because after the Trump administration has decided to ignore global warming Florida might not be around much longer. Whoa! Politics in a t-shirt blog. He is sometimes known as studiomuku, sometimes just Biggers but he is Barrett Biggers.
Emotional, natural, expressive. Barrett's work focuses on nature surrealism and exploring darker realms that hint at macabre but don't stray too far from the light. Self-taught and running on little more than too much coffee and passion, Barrett blends digital art painting and photographic techniques to make detailed traditional-looking compositions. However, there is no "one" style that defines him because his greatest joy in art is being able to experiment and play in new looks. He now is more engaged with dark art mixing with animals, nature, and emotional subjects. Barrett also has art-themed and inspired by the classic film, games, anime, manga, Eastern culture, and comics. He likes to pull in interesting and new styles/fusion to make art that pays homage to great popular works.
2012 is when He started making “pop culture” art for sale – started as a side thing just as a test and over the course of 5 years it has grown to be his full-time. He was drawing and doing art traditionally (charcoal, watercolor, oils, airbrushing) back in high school and throughout college but never thought he could make money or a living with it.