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Todd Schorr’s Atomic Holiday

In conjunction with his upcoming show at Otis College of Art and Design, master painter Todd Schorr (HF Vol. 12) will be debuting a couple new large scale paintings at the renowned college's Ben Maltz Gallery. Our friends over at Arrested Motion recently swung by Schorr's Los Angeles studio and got a great sneak peek at two of the artist's newest masterpieces. Check out some teaser images after the jump.

In conjunction with his upcoming show at Otis College of Art and Design, master painter Todd Schorr(HF Vol. 12) will be debuting a couple new large scale paintings atthe renowned college’s Ben Maltz Gallery. Our friends over at Arrested Motionrecently swung by Schorr’s Los Angeles studio and got a great sneakpeek at two of the artist’s newest masterpieces. Check out some teaserimages after the jump.

Todd Schorr standing in front of his Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse-inspired piece, “Atomic Holiday”

“Atomic Holiday” – detail

“Atomic Holiday” – detail

“Atomic Holiday” – detail

“Atomic Holiday” – detail

“Atomic Holiday” – detail

“Atomic Holiday” – detail

Teaser of Schorr’s other painting, “Fossil Fools”

“Fossil Fools” – detail

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