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Wood Works I by Clint Reid is Cartoonishly Earthy

 - Apr 25, 2014
References: tillmanproject & behance.net
There are a multitude of ways to create personable characters that will win over the hearts of many and Wood Works I by Clint Reid of Tillman Project, an artist and illustrator based in Durango, Colorado, embraces the material of wood to do just that. Somewhat reminiscent of ancient Japanese art styles, the art pieces are created using acrylic paint, paint markers and more. Although at first glance they appear to have been carved out or even strategically burnt.

By the looks of the series titled Wood Works I by Clint Reid, the talented artist has a particular affinity for beards. Or perhaps they are supposed to represent self-portraits considering that he boasts some impresses facial hair himself. He has dubbed himself the bearded brother on his Behance page, after all.