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The Day Mike Tyson Lost by Tommervik
Wild Horse Running by Tommervik
Woman Wearing Hawaiian Print Dress Art Print by Tommervik
Magician Pulling Rabbit Out of Hat - Classic Magic Trick Art Print by Tommervik
Beer Goggles Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Abstract Siberian Husky Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Art Deco Man and Dog Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Art Deco Man and Bike Cycling Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Abstract Brown Horse And Little Cowboy by Tommervik
Strong And Reassuring Clint Eastwood Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Hawaiian Woman Pineapple Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Abstract Cubism Elephant Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Abstract Siamese House Cat Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Abstract cubism Pool Table Art print by Tommervik
Tommervik Abstract Squirrel Acorn Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Abstract Urban City Pay Phone Nostalgic Art Print by Tommervik
Golf Wall Art - Tommervik Golf Swing Follow Through Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Abstract Circular Woman Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Cubist Hula Girl Art Print by Tommervik
Tommervik Hawaiian Art Lahaina Hula Girl by Tommervik
Golf Sand Trap by Tommervik
Greek Statue Bulldog by Tommervik
Abstract Sailor Kissing Nurse by Tommervik
Pro Bass Fisherman by Tommervik
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Tommervik is traditionally trained in classical painting and drawing. Elements from cubism, art deco, and avante garde art are depicted in his work.
Tommervik's work has been featured in many publications such as Wired, Vanity Fair, Vogue, New Yorker, Cool Material, Thrillist, and Boing Boing. In addition, his work has been represented in featured films.
Tommervik Art Vader Painting featured in a new collectors edition from Conde Nast is releasing today, The Epic Saga: The True Stories behind the Star Wars Saga.
"The muted tones, strong lines and graphical shapes Tommervik creates are strongly reminiscent of the figures and still lifes pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque at the turn of the 20th Century." - Wired