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Colorful abstract & improvisational artwork by former starving artist Brian Moss

Brian Moss Art - Colorful Improvisational Ink Art, Liquid Lights & Nonsense

Explore the colorful pen and ink paintings, symmetrical fractals, photos of liquid lights, and fluid artwork by Brian Moss


selected pen & ink work (2011 - 2014)


A small sampling of countless explorations. View more brian moss paintings »

👓 Perpetual Proxy Provocations Propagate Pranks, Pressurizing Prior Private Precedents Into Rue & Skewed Puny Produce🍍

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Nov. — Dec., 2018 (unfinished?). 20” x 30”, pen & ink, a touch of acrylic, oil, various household chemicals namely aerosol air freshner, 99.99% pure isopropyl alcohol, rain-x, mineral oil, silicone oil.





A perfect stimming art piece for decompressing from dumb work meetings & life

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I launched the Colordripper on February 14th, 2017 because I figured that’s a good date. Since then, the basic formula has had 1 major pivot, and in 2018 I have found even finer glitter and brighter, more vibrant retina-pleasing inks

With exceptions, they mostly appeal to people with sensory issues, or folks on the autism spectrum who are distracted easily by moving colors or lava-like lamps (they know I love them as much as I ramble, since I am so crazy about the late 60’s counterculture art movement)

That limited demographic appeal is what keeps them close to home, so it’s a nice marriage. Plus, if I sell too many it will become monotonous






A Numb Conscience Poem PaintingAll along the watchtower

All Along the watchtower (dylan)






As communication becomes exponentially digital, people appreciate it when we make the effort to snail-mail an analog message

I have 100+ eco-friendly postcards available with plenty of whitespace on the back. At 4" x 6" postal regulation size, they can be mailed anywhere in the world for relatively little. Heck, you don't even have to use them for mailing

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This growing line of art stationery perfectly captures the vibrancy in my paintings. And they are printed on paper that feels as good as it looks. But don't take my word. Review hundreds of reviews on Etsy

I received my postcards and they were great, exactly what I expected! Shipped right away and packaged in a way that they wouldn’t get damaged. They are going to make a great addition to my gallery wall I am composing for my home!
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One of these days if I find the time, I have a vision for this half delayed project that involves spray paint, lots of compressed air, and a twist on the “live” part of live painting. I want to do a series of speed airbrush paintings, capturing the colors on the lights in (somewhat) real time, blocking out simple triangles all within a short 2 hour window or however long the band even plays for. If I am short on time I can recruit random people to help me apply paint. Just a quick raw burst, a moment captured in time before machines take over and tell us which art we can enjoy. Art is a feeling not a meaning, at least according to that coldplay guy. These are rough sketches, not paintings. This is an idea, this isn’t a series of paintings that will be hanging in some fancy museum, I like the unfinished look but I will add more detail and put more effort into them now that I have space to paint my heart out. Airbrushing is super loud, the compressor. What I want to do is get a big tank of co2, like welders have, and take that to a fest and use compressed air to move paint around for several days. That’s one idea, you can borrow that idea




When I am into it, I like to mashup digital stuff. These works and rough ideas are created from scratch, or are rearrangements of my own work or pictures. I just break apart an image or rework it, I don’t know. Occasionally I also incorporate photographs that are public domain, or have a creative commons attached (in which case, the source would be noted)

All of my "fractals" are released under a 4.0 attribution-noncommercial creative commons. This means you can download, share, remix, adapt, or reuse them as you see fit, with my explicit permission, provided you credit me as the original source AND do not generate revenue directly from my work. School project? Perfectly okay. Looking for artwork for your album or other project? If you aren’t in a mob, you can use my art see if I care. I am open to licensing my work for most anything, provided it’s not violent, sexual, or derogatory. If you need custom imagery or want to use something I have created for some thing, let's chat. If you are using it for non-commercial purposes, right-click save as ....

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That’s my crazy wacky hodgepodge homepage. Website visitors rarely explore and just scroll through text if there looks to be too much, so I thought I would throw different stuff up instead of trying to curate nice little sections. I’m just winging everything