Charlie Immer is an artist whose work would have been greatly appreciated during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. Rendering psychedelic prismatic images of bizarre otherworldly creatures, Immer confronts viewers with visuals that most wouldn’t even be capable of imagining. Melting faces of aliens, slimy human skeletons and octopus-like animals ripping their own faces off are just a few things you can expect while browsing through this wildly imaginative artist’s eclectic portfolio.
Many of Charlie Immer’s paintings have viscous elements littered throughout the compositions. This slimy, melting quality is his most often used motif to inject surrealism into his work, though he isn’t short on outlandish concepts. He also gives audiences recognizable glimpses of human anatomy in his paintings, which unnerves to no end.