This killer image comes from the blog of “Freehand Profit” an LA-based street art creator.
Freehand Profit is a Los Angeles based artist who earned his name as a graffiti artist in DC and Northern Virginia. In 2005 he graduated Corcoran College of Art & Design with a BA in Fine Arts. Since then he’s rooted himself in LA’s Hip-Hop scene and has been working to forget what he learned in art school and make work without the pretentiousness that all too often accompanies “good” art.
Currently Freehand Profit is exploring the iconographic nature of masks through his MASK365 project…
This walrus mask is part of the MASK 365 project – G.A.S. stands for Guerrilla Art Squadron, and there’s a section on FP’s blog with the full series of mask images at this link:Â http://freehandprofit.wordpress.com/category/guerrilla-art-squadron/Â (Check out the excellent Star Wars inspired G.A.S. Mask illustrations while you’re there).
You can find this walrus mask image at:Â http://freehandprofit.wordpress.com/2010/06/07/the-time-has-come-my-little-friends-to-talk-of-other-things/
Judging by my previous posts about this genre, the walrus is somewhat popular for street artists.
I love this image. Great cyber-punk illustration. I like this guy’s work.
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2 thoughts on “Freehand Profit: Super Cool Street Art Walrus G.A.S. Mask”
Thanks for sharing my work, what a terrific blog!
WOW awesome artwork Freehand Profit!!!!
Hi World Wide Walrus Web, I wanted to know if you would check out my website, you might be interested in posting it. Thanks.
GREAT BLOG! 🙂