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"In Focus"

Luis Bloom X Jazzylv

30" x 40", Acrylic on Canvas


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Luis Bloom

“There is a scent that I always remember. A sweet soothing scent that reminds

me of home, the smell of my mother.” stated by Bloom as he talked about

waiting for his mom to return home as a very young child. The feeling he got

from hugging his mother and feeling the sensation of love, forcing his face into

her coat as he held his mom.

Bloom says “I am not perfect and that means that neither are my parents,

friends, or family. The feeling and comfort of that smell I’ll never forget, won’t

ever mean anything less to me. I love my mom and I only wish I could change

the support and love that has been given to her because she deserves so much


36" x 48", Acrylic and Fabric on Canvas

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"Life's Student"

Luis Bloom

"Every person you come by in the world can teach you something" - Emmanuel Lamitier

This is something Bloom's father told him as a pre-teen and he has never

forgotten it. Whether you deem a person to be good or bad, they have lessons to be

learned. In the present, past, or future, we all go through transitions of emotions. Those

emotions help us become more dynamic.

But friendliness is something Bloom feels can not be taught. The aura of

comfortability and confidence, the aura that makes you laugh even though no words

have been spoken.

Bloom heard so many statements and stories of social batteries, the feeling of

being drained after a social interaction. But his father always smiled no matter how

many people he came across, his smile has always been an amazing reflection that

stood out through the test of times.


This painting (Life’s Student) is based on the Mango / Yellow of Bloom’s original

color palette, a color he uses to represent friendliness and openness. This image of

Bloom’s Father stepping out of his White Cadillac is used to give flowers/respect not just

to Emmanuel’s current self but his younger self as well. Coming to america from Haiti

and finding a path to success is not hard, but Emmanuel made himself Life’s Student to

learn how to be the best at what he loves.

40" x 30", Acrylic and Fabric on Canvas

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"Full Circle"

Luis Bloom

An example of symmetry is the cycle of life. Bloom uses his palette to show off

the overlapping of concepts and morals that allow us to function as a society.

“Over time my painting style has become more warped by others' judgment and

I strayed away from my Abstract nature. I am returning to my home and

showing all how I feel, the way I want to express it”.

This Painting is Titled “Full Circle” used to express how no matter what we go

through in life, we can’t deny ourselves the things we love without destruction.

30" x 40", Acrylic on Canvas


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"Everything I Need"

Luis Bloom

During our journey in life, we all tend to get on a roller coaster at some point. But no

matter how you cut it, no one person is alike and we can always succeed together.

Bloom says “I believe this painting is self explanatory after the viewer hears or reads the

title. But to be more specific, I have been supported, Taught, and pushed by all of my

friends and family. Including them into my path of life is necessary to acknowledge my

true self. I have been blessed to have so many people around me.”

Bloom lays out friends throughout his recent years as an artist to showcase the

confidence in his work. He states “Every time I walk outside I feel like an army thanks to

these people.” Paying homage to two of his friends; Caesar the creative mind behind

1shot Radio and Vijay Das a person of kindness, smiles, and humor.

48" x 36", Acrylic and Fabric on Canvas

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"Unforgettable Milestone"

Luis Bloom - Khristyn - Demaciiio - Darklord Escada - Sheefy McFly

The Idea for this painting was continuously changing up until its production. It started with just

myself (Luis Bloom) and Demaciiio. After recently completing other collaboration works, the

desire to contact inspirations of my career became very strong.

The Covid pandemic has been a tough time for everyone but exchanging canvas between

others or even working in the same room was very hard to set up. The Freedom event held on

June 19th became a crazy opportunity to work on a new piece with Demaciiio, after learning that

Sheefy would be present I decided to ask him to work on something together. Surprisingly he

was all for the idea of working together.

After working through some steps on the collaborative piece with Demaciiio, Sheefy walks to us asking “Do you have a can of black?” I reached into my box and handed it to him and he

started spraying. We watched him work, as he was working Escada (@darklord_escada) setups

up a few feet from the canvas. Demaciiio steps in close to me saying, “We should see if he

would want to work on this too!” I responded in excitement “Yeah bro!”. After asking, Escada

was ready to work! He placed his work immediately after Sheefy finished working. The event

would soon be over but the painting was yet to be finished, after taking the painting back to the

studio, it was our turn! Khristyn and I were ready to finalize the painting adding in the final


I’ve never seen a painting in Detroit before where 5 Artists came together and created a singular

piece on canvas. It was a huge milestone for me to be a part of something so massive! At that

point I knew what to name the painting, an “Unforgettable Milestone”.

36" x 36", Acrylic and Aerosol on Canvas

Price     $20,000
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"It's Like A Jungle Sometimes"

Luis Bloom

40" x 60" , Acrylic on Canvas


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"Multiplayer V"

Luis Bloom X Demaciiio

Demaciiio states “Multiplayer V is a battle between Khris, Luis, and myself. Utilizing a creative exhibition that proves the depths of our craft”. 

From Bloom’s perspective this piece feels more like a cooperative adventure, a journey of skill, endurance, style and patience. “I enjoy utilizing older, nostalgia of my past like these characters from Slam Dunk to give a comparison of how strongly I feel about my partnership with my teacher and friend, Khris.”

40" x 30", Acrylic and Aerosol on Canvas


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Nightmare's Infinity

Luis Bloom

The concept in this image shows how humans can attempt to run from complications/issues they can’t find solutions to. This is Bloom’s first entirely abstract piece in six years, since starting the Luis Bloom Collective.


The stickman in this painting is bound by the hip with issues surrounding them, you can see that the hip is an actual infinity symbol. The textured pink box behind them represents the issue (mental issue) they want to escape, not knowing if it may be a good (lighter pink) or bad (darker pink) outcome. The viewer shall notice that all of the pink paint was partially heat dried and pulled with a cloth to give off a sticky/gooey texture. The blue textured ooze located in the bottom right represents the unconscious mind (the creeping voice/instinct) that wants to direct our decisions. Finally the agony, annoyance, and pain is represented by a consistent green spike, “envy, it’s only a thorn in my side”. 

40" x 30", Acrylic on Canvas


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Tengu (War Red)

Luis Bloom

30" x 40"

Acrylic on Canvas with Resin clear coat


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Luis Bloom

The ideation of this painting was, is and will be to encourage the viewer. Bloom showcases each step of his learning process throughout his painting career in this piece. The piece symbolizes the beginning of a journey and how we learn/improve as we commit ourselves to it. Encouraging the viewer to start anywhere and teaching them that committing to it will allow them to become better.


With a black background Bloom seeks to highlight this piece step by step starting with the background “BG”. “When I started to paint, the first thing I learned were the brushes. I believe in any craft you can be bound by the tools you use.” The black background of this piece was put on with a thin coating of paint to leave the strokes of brush to the viewer, to show how Bloom taught himself to spread paint on large canvases using an X shaped stroke pattern.


The abstract face placed in the middle of the painting is used to identify the struggle and frustration with ourselves during a learning process. “I was always told that if I mess up, to paint over it. But I always wanted to paint without error, I just want to be that good!”


Finally the woman in blue placed at the top of the painting is a sign of growth and completion. Bloom wanted the owner of the piece to have their own journey and when they felt good aboutu their progress to flip the painting upside-down. Using the phrase “Put that frown upside-down” capturing the Flower (yourself) in bloom and allowing yourself a smile to be happy about how far you’ve come. 


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Luis Bloom X Khristyn

24" x 36"

Acrylic on Canvas


"Domo X Annie"

Luis Bloom X Khristyn

17" x 38"

Acrylic on Wood

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Luis Bloom  X Khristyn 

16" x 20"

Acrylic on Canvas

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