Big Black Delta / Huggin and Kissin

and she told me that she loved me
and she gave me my money back

Guillermo Rubí

And she told me that she loved me 2013 150 x 240cm (diptych) acrylic and enamel on aluminium

Guillermo Rubí

And she told me that she loved me 2013
150 x 240cm (diptych)
acrylic and enamel on aluminium

Guillermo Rubí

Reverence. 2013
52x42cm 
collage, acrilyc on plexiglas 

The Jesus and Mary chain / upside down

Guillermo Rubí
Uspide down. 201352x42cm collage, acrilyc on plexiglas 

Guillermo Rubí

Uspide down. 2013
52x42cm 
collage, acrilyc on plexiglas 

The Jesus and Mary chain / never understand

(vía ultradrug-deactivated20130318)

Guillermo Rubí
Never understand. 201352x42cm collage, acrilyc on paper and plexiglas 

Guillermo Rubí

Never understand. 2013
52x42cm 
collage, acrilyc on paper and plexiglas 

Potato Junkie / Therapy?

Don’t you ever feel attracted to the girls you photograph? 
Sexually? It’s not part of my job 
Aren’t you sexually attracted to me? 
Yes, I am 
Touch me 
What? 
I said touch me, please

Guillermo Rubí

Potato junkie. 2012
145 x 145 cm (57,08 x 57,08 inch) each
Diptych. Acrilyc paint and enamel on canvas 

Album Art

Belly - Sad dress

My, my, your dress says so sad, so sad
You don’t care you just stole it somewhere
Fell it, fight it, sleep inside it
Your dress says so sad, so sad

ArtistBelly
TitleSad Dress
AlbumStar

Guillermo Rubí

Just stole it somewhere 2012
190x148cm
acrylic and enamel on aluminium

Album Art

Tori Amos - Space dog

rain and snow
our engines have been receiving your eager call
there’s Colonel Dirtyfishydishcloth 
he’ll distract her good
don’t worry so

and to the one you thought was on your side
she can’t understand 
she truly believes the lies

(vía torifiles)

ArtistTori Amos
TitleSpace Dog
AlbumUnder The Pink
Guillermo Rubí
She truly believes the lie 2012190x148cmacrylic and enamel on aluminium

Guillermo Rubí

She truly believes the lie 2012
190x148cm
acrylic and enamel on aluminium

Future of the left - The lord hates a coward

Tales are told of terrible men
Of anger, poise and pride
She’s got a lot of pickled onions
Hanging from her thighs
Then violence solved everything
Violence, she solved everything