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Studio Visit with Alex Pardee

In anticipation of Alex Pardee's "Vertigo" show, opening later this evening (Saturday, January 8th) at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles, Hi-Fructose is proud to present an exclusive studio visit we recently conducted with the Bay Area artist. Marking the beginnings of an ambitious new story line, new medium (acrylics) and some new sculpture (!), "Vertigo" looks to be a great start to the new year for Pardee. More after the jump.

In anticipation of Alex Pardee‘s “Vertigo” show, opening later this evening (Saturday, January 8th) at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles, Hi-Fructose is proud to present an exclusive studio visit we recently conducted with the Bay Area artist. Marking the beginnings of an ambitious new story line, new medium (acrylics) and some new sculpture (!), “Vertigo” looks to be a great start to the new year for Pardee.

Get an in-depth look into the step by step process of one of the paintings from the show that we posted on earlier, here.

As well as a glimpse into the concept art that Pardee contributed to the upcoming Zach Snyder film, Sucker Punch, courtesy of our friends at Slash Film, here.

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