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Street art by Drew Merritt Drew Merritt aspires to earn the... crss


Street art by Drew Merritt


Street art by Drew Merritt


Street art by Drew Merritt


Street art by Drew Merritt


Street art by Drew Merritt


Street art by Drew Merritt


Street art by Drew Merritt


Street art by Drew Merritt


Street art by Drew Merritt

Street art by Drew Merritt

 Drew Merritt aspires to earn the title of artist, and he works hard to convey a broad spectrum of feelings. Feelings of Loneliness, vanity, and even contentment. He paves a highway into the emotional world (visually) by creating empathy in the viewer. The use of vivid colors and his almost graphic style creates a visual biography around the subject, showing who they are, and where they’ve been. His ever-changing body of work utilizes a vast array of mediums and textures while putting classic subjects in a contemporary setting.

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