i’m jealous of javier piñón

Oh boy, I think I have a new crush… yep, I do. Brooklyn based artist Javier Piñón {and his cowboys} had me at howdy. These boys are from three different series: Chairs, Chandeliers, and Floods… and I love them all very, very much.

{I discovered Javier’s work through Fine Line Magazine. I wrote about Issue One last November, and as of this Friday (02.25) Issue Two will be out/ready to order… and Javier’s cowboys are in it Yee-haw!}

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  1. Tweets that mention The Jealous Curator » Blog Archive » i’m jealous of javier piñón -- Topsy.com /// 02.23.2011 /// 9:43am

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  2. Erika Lee Sears /// 02.24.2011 /// 12:36am

    Wow! Is that collage?

  3. the jealous curator /// 02.24.2011 /// 7:57am

    yep! pretty fantastic right?

  4. tijana /// 02.28.2011 /// 10:33am

    YEEEE HAWWW! these are soooo cool! kinda reminds me of the indian in the cupboard 🙂

  5. the jealous curator /// 02.28.2011 /// 11:08am

    yee haw indeed! yep… i LOVE these… and they’re just the tip of the iceberg. his portfolio if full of amazing work.

  6. Ali /// 03.01.2011 /// 12:40pm

    I love the cowboy at sea. I’ll be showing this image to my boyfriend so he can see what a real man looks like 😉

  7. the jealous curator /// 03.01.2011 /// 1:03pm

    hahaha!!! hilarious! let’s hope he doesn’t flood your dining room trying to prove his manliness!

  8. Ali /// 03.01.2011 /// 2:46pm

    I just ordered the magazine. I will be making this artwork in my living room one way or another.

  9. Christine Damm /// 01.06.2012 /// 12:33pm

    You were right– the chandelier cowpoke is fabulous! This guy’s imagination is truly amazing. And I thought I had crazy ideas!

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