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  • Rob Wass Answers YOUR Questions!

    Rob Wass Answers YOUR Questions! We asked YOU to send in some questions for brilliant contemporary artist Rob Wass to answer. Keep reading to gain some insight into Rob! Q: How did your work evolve from a more urban graffiti style to the style you have now? Rob: From painting graffiti back in m....
    Rob Wass Answers YOUR Questions! We asked YOU to send in some questions for brilliant contemporary artist Rob Wass to answer. Keep reading to gain some insight into Rob! Q: How did your work evolve from a more urban graffiti style to the style you have now? Rob: From painting graffiti back in my teens I learnt how to use a can of paint and what could be achieved with it. I put these techniques back into my illustration work and went from there. Q: How does the process start when creating a new piece? Rob: It depends what I’m making but usually I jot an idea down, let it sit there (if it's not time sensitive) for a while and try to build ideas off of it. If the idea still seems good then I’ll do a load of sketches trying to push the idea in different directions until hopefully coming across something that is visually striking or meaningful. Jackdaws Colour By Rob Wass   Q: How long did it take you to develop your style/process? Or is it still a work in progress? Rob: I think when it comes to style, that came from quite a young age. I was always interested in geometric shapes and bright colours and today these 2 core components are still crucial in my work. Its definitely a work in progress, I think of style like a formula now, I have my core elements that I try and incorporate in most of the work I make so there’s a cohesion between old and new but then I'll try new things or take some things away until if find an updated style that works. Q: What's your favourite part of the art process? What's the hardest? Rob: My favourite part is still the making for makings sake just playing with no goals in mind. The hardest is probably working on an idea for a month and at the end of the month saying to myself it's still not good enough start again. Q: What's your studio space like? Do you keep it tidy? What kind of space do you work best in? Rob: Messy most of the time but I do try to have a little tidy up after each project. I think I'm happy working in most spaces really but I’ve always wanted a warehouse to run wild in.   Winter Treescape By Rob Wass   Check out Rob's latest collection of treescapes here - you won't regret it! $test =

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