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Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from 1960s romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

Portion of the mural "Domingos Blacksmith Shop," painted in Lompoc, California, in 1995 by artist Suzanne Cerney of Santa Barbara, California. 2013 photo. The Jon B. Lovelace California Collection in photographer Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Portion of the mural "Domingos Blacksmith Shop," painted in Lompoc, California, in 1995 by artist Suzanne Cerney of Santa Barbara, California

Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from 1960s romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from 1960s romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from 1960s romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

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Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

Malcolm Smith Art

Malcolm Smith is an artist whose painting style derives from romance comics and incorporates bright, bold colours and techniques borrowed from the printing industry.

The Great Atomic Power: June 2010

Kowloon Walled City Art Block - In the work of Japanese artist HR-FM, digital illustration meets pop art.

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