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Studio Visit with David Lyle

The equally hilarious/disturbing oil paintings of David Lyle have long been a favorite here at Hi-Fructose (see our first exploration into the artist's work here), so while in New York a couple weeks back we made sure to drop by his studio to catch up on his latest. While there we caught a rarely seen glimpse into his workspace, inspirations, and even his collection of vintage source photographs used to create his compelling works. Get an extensive look into Lyle's world, here on Hi-Fructose.

The equally hilarious/disturbing oil paintings of David Lyle have long been a favorite here at Hi-Fructose (see our first exploration into the artist’s work here), so while in New York a couple weeks back we made sure to drop by his studio to catch up on his latest. While there we caught a rarely seen glimpse into his workspace, inspirations, and even his collection of vintage source photographs used to create his compelling works. Get an extensive look into Lyle’s world, here on Hi-Fructose.

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