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Eric Grohe Appreciation.

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by ClueTwo, May 5, 2005.

  1. ClueTwo

    ClueTwo 12oz Veteran Member

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    Eric Grohe Appreciation.

    Discussion started by ClueTwo - May 5, 2005

    This man is a pure genius when it comes to painting murals. I got an email from my dad about this man and I was knocked out of my chair when I saw his work. I know I will not bea ble to show you all the pictures I want, but check out his site and you are guaranteed to be amazed.






    Enjoy.

    About the Art

    Eric Grohe Murals Working in cooperation with architects, designers, art commissions and community representatives, Eric Grohe creates mural art that transforms the environment and communities as well. He believes that his art should involve, challenge and inspire the viewer; not simply adorn, but integrate with its architectural surroundings.

    The large public mural projects are painted on site and typically take several months, giving the local community a unique opportunity to witness the day-to-day creation of a work of art.

    Mr. Grohe continues to refine the technologies, methods and equipment that ensure the permanence and cost effectiveness of his work. For large-scale exterior projects, he prefers to use Keim Mineral Paint from Germany. Murals painted in the 19th century with Keim have retained their original appearance to this day. The paint crystallizes into mineral substrates and will not fade, peel or blister. Mr. Grohe is one of just a few muralists in the country skilled in the use of this unique and superior paint.

    Grohe murals are designed to endure, for the enjoyment of generations to come.


    Soure: http://www.ericgrohemurals.com/index.htm


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    cloner - Replied May 5, 2005

    holy shit. those are amazing.
     
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    This guys work is pure amazing.that wall with the waterfall and pilars is fucking out of this world
     
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    i thought either that, or the 'american hop' building was the best.
     
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    Jebus H. Christ.
     
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    ERIC GROTHE APPRECIATION THREAD !?

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    WOW! AMAZING WORK
     
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    OMG! TEH OPT1CAL 1LLUZIONZS!!!!

    excellent craftmanship, nothing more, nothing less
     
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    Id Shake his hand.
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    Pretty ill.
     
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    ClueTwo - Replied May 5, 2005

    It was a typo...I originally spelled it Groethe and must have deleted too many letters..

    **Damnit!! I spelled it right and I thought you were being serious..FUCKN N3Wb5!!
     
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    Tesser's mad because he was in the running for 2 of those walls, too, but they chose the other dude because he has a beard.
     
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    his work is absolutely outstanding. not just anybody who picks up a paint brush can do that kind of work. crazy...
     
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    fuckinn crazy and i thougth that guy who had his own painting tv show was nicee i think i have a new idol....
     
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