Elizabeth Raab, Gabriel and Rowtimus, Chateau du Leon
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Elizabeth Raab

Gabriel and Rowtimus, Chateau du Leon, Astoria, New York, 2012
Website - ElizabethRaab.com

Warm, bright, and girly Elizabeth Raab is not a spoiled princess enamored with the idea of riding on the back of someone else’s bike. Her passion is the same that has caused the creation of countless man caves with a body of work that is both simple and complicated, precise and unwieldy, grimy and pristine. Raab’s imagery can be seen in brands, publications, and exhibitions across the US and Europe, originally hailing from the Pacific Northwest she now resides between New York and Los Angeles with her husband and two children.

Posted on Monday, January 14, 2013.

 

 

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