photo by Todd Franson of Metro Weekly

CHRISTOPHER CUNETTO
Co-Founder, Boys Be Good
Originally from the midwest, I make narrative, figurative work that plays with conventions of seriousness, melodrama and camp. Large scale drawing is the challenge - using the small pencil tool to make big compositions. I like things that are beautiful, labor intensive, and slightly subversive. I make large drawings and work as a freelance illustrator. Check out more of my work on my website here.

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  • Singe

    Colored pencil on Stonehenge, 14 x 17 inches

  • Untitled (blue waters)

    Colored pencil on Stonehenge, 19 x 16 inches

  • Ex Nihilo

    Colored pencil on Stonehenge, 14 x 17 inches

  • Demon: The Ponce

    Detail, Colored pencil on Arches 88, 22 x 30 inches

  • Demon: Eudaimonia

    Colored pencil on Arches 88, 22 x 30 inches

  • Demond: Melancholy

    Colored pencil on Arches 88, 22 x 30 inches

  • Death (The Second Vision of Psychopomp)

    colored pencil on arches. 50 x 50 inches

  • My Swollen Eyes

    Colored Pencil on Paper, 30 x 44 inches, 2010. Part of the "We were orphans" installation.

  • We were orphans

    Nine individually titled and composed panels, together forming one large scale drawing. Colored pencil and graphite on paper. 11 x 7.5 feet.

  • We were orphans

    (installation view) Nine individually titled and composed panels, together forming one large scale drawing. Colored pencil and graphite on paper. 11 x 7.5 feet.

  • If Death Should Smell My Breathing

    Part of "We were orphans" Colored pencil on paper, 30 x 44 inches, 2010.

  • We Were Orphans

    30 x 44 inches Colored Pencil on Stonehenge

  • Our Pretty Feathers, Our Ugly Feet

    30 x 44 inches Colored Pencil on Stonehenge

  • thickets

    colored pencil and graphite powder on paper, 22 x 30 inches, 2010.

  • Unbound

    22 x 30 inches Colored pencil on Stonehenge

  • Untitled (wolf)

    22 x 30 inches Colored pencil on Stonehenge

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