Posted by specialK November 19, 2012

English artist Matthew Knight's paintings are like bright color explosions. Matthew uses acrylic paints to paint his characters on different types of surfaces like wood and canvas. Not limiting his characters to just paintings, Matthew translated his "CubeHead" painting to a custom Munny. Here's hoping there will be more customs in the future. GO Gallery in Amsterdam will exhibit Matthew Knight's "Closet Eccentric" beginning December 1st. 



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