We first covered Josh Keyes in the print version of Complex a few years back, and we have been following this dude ever since. Keyes' works are super-clean, and while they may look like digitally composed images here, each is hand-painted on wood with acrylics. Keyes' art challenges industrialization and imagines a world where nature has overtaken a post-apocalyptic version of American suburban sprawl. The artist's newest series is a multi-painting narrative of destruction and rebirth, an evolution from previous shows that were more theme-oriented. Hit the jump to check out Collisions, Keyes' newest show at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver. If you happen to be in that part of the world, the show is on display until December 11.