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Candice Tripp paints narrative-driven scenes to tell amusing stories

Candice Tripp paints narrative-driven scenes to tell amusing stories

If Tim Burton was an illustrator instead of a filmmaker, this would be his art style. Just saying.

Candice Tripp has a made a career out of putting her own unique twist on art direction in which her process involves designing a narrative and then visualizing it. The self-proclaimed ‚ÄúPainter Lady‚ÄĚ has a penchant for exploring¬†folkloric themes.

Her recent series, Forest of Darkness, tells the story of two damsels in distress in a dark, grim forest. Using oil paints, Tripp creates some strikingly scenes with dark and navy blue color swatches. Check out some pictures from Forest of Darkness below and visit her website for more narrative-driven pieces.

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