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Nicholas Di Genova | Artist

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Nothing short of fantastic drawings by Canadian artist Nicholas Di Genova. Incredible details and the level of imagination is beyond mindblowing.

“When I was a kid growing up I was obsessed with animals and monsters… I’d draw them everyday, and when I grew up I either wanted to be a zoologist or a monster hunter… When I got a bit older I realized that being a zoologist was less exciting than I had imagined, and that ‘monster hunter’ isn’t even a real job, so I just kept drawing. I pretty much do the exact same thing at 29 years old that I did when I was 9 years old.”

Via We Find Wildness


4 comments.

  1. Cecilie: (!!!)
    I discovered your blog trough Stumble, even though I do not have so much faith in it. Well… I have, now. =)!
    If we are allways searching for some things that thrill us, then I could not let it just happen, but also had to thank you for sharing.
    Fabulous!

    Xcuse one´s english =)!

    Care:
    Lu
    Lucía Malvido

    December, 22. 2010. South.

  2. Hi Lu
    Wow. Thank you SO much for your comment. Glad to hear you like what I share.
    Hope you will keep following.
    Take care and happy Chrismas.
    Cecilie

  3. Ces:
    I´ll post a link from my little blog to here just to keep visiting.
    May I? (asking when knowing the answer if you know what we mean) ;)
    Fenomenal!!!!
    Lu =)!

  4. dukan hourdequin gallery is pleased to present Preemptive Evolution, the first solo exhibition in France by Canadian artist Nicholas Di Genova (1981).

    Nicholas Di Genova
    Preemptive Evolution

    November 11 – December 3, 2011
    Opening: Thursday 10th November / 6 – 9 pm

    http://www.dukanhourdequin.com

    galerie dukan hourdequin
    24 rue Pastourelle
    75003 Paris

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