Erik Wilson

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<b>Spirit Bison</b>, 2016<br>Folded paper, glue and oil paint, 35 x 21 x 25 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Spirit Bison

<b>Bear</b>, 2016<br>Folded paper and oil paint, 29x20x25 inches<br>$1200
Bear

<b>Rhinoceros</b>, 2015<br>Folded paper, glue and oil paint, 20x16x24<br><i>sold</i>
Rhinoceros

<b>Jackalope</b>, 2015<br>Folded paper, glue and oil paint, 60x36x36 inches<br>$2400
Jackalope

<b>Gargoyle</b>, 2015<br>Folded paper, glue and oil paint, 28x24x32<br>$1100
Gargoyle

<b>Octopus</b><br>Folded paper, glue and oil paint, 12x42x42 inches<br>$1200
Octopus

<b>Gorilla</b><br>Folded paper, glue and oil paint, 24x24x30 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Gorilla

<b>Moose</b><br>Folded paper, glue and oil paint, <br><i>sold</i>
Moose

<b>Lion</b>, 2015<br>Folded paper, acrylic and glue, <br><i>sold</i>
Lion

<b>Elephant</b>, 2015<br>Folded paper, glue and oil paint, 48x36x36 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Elephant

As an Austin based career computer manual writer, I decided it was time to create something people would actually look at. My designs are based on taking organic shapes and forcing them through an 1980's video game lens. What begins as a computer model becomes a paper Atari character come to life. The perfect storm of geometry and artistry.

Watch the video of Erik creating Pony here.

Erik Wilson