Howie Green is a renowned painter whose artistic works are characterized with bright combination of colors.
He uses a variety of geometric shapes such as circles, squares, triangles, among others, in creating his artistic works.
Green has a unique artist’s eye for the colorful fun that springs out of our popular culture.
He is a multi-talented artist who’s also involved in creating murals and pop art as well as being actively involved in the implementation of diverse public art projects.
His work is the inspiration for today’s adult coloring books, doodle art — anything that brings love and light and color into the world.
The creation of the Jazz Fish and working with Peter Max began a very fertile period for Howie during which he produce hundreds of paintings centering around the Jazz Fish and Mamboland, the fanciful world he inhabits.
Howie Green‘s work can be found all over the Internet, including at http://howiegreen.com.
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I do too! And I didn’t realize he had anything to do with the Sargent Pepper’s drawings either. Very pop culturish!
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I love the vibrancy!
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