All About Artist Benjamin Styer, Brie Larson’s Boyfriend

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Captain Marvel star Brie Larson’s most recent relationship was with Emmy award-winning director Elijah Allan-Blitz. In March 2023, Larson confirmed that they had split in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar. “I don’t have a partner. I don’t have a plan. I’m just completely open,” she admitted.

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The two were first linked in July 2019, when photographs of them kissing were obtained just six months after Larson broke off her engagement with actor and musician Alex Greenwald. Larson and Greenwald got engaged in 2016 after several years of dating, but in January 2019, a source confirmed with People that they decided to break up. “They have taken a step back from their engagement for the time being but they remain close,” the insider said.

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As of 2024, it appears that Larson may have entered the new year with a new man. She was recently spotted with artist Benjamin Lederach Styer. Below, everything to know about Larson’s possible new boyfriend.

Styer and Larson were first seen together on January 21, 2024, sparking relationship rumors.

According to Daily Mail, the rumored couple had a date night at Pasadena Playhouse, where Larson reportedly “looked smitten with Benjamin Styer, 33, as the pair left the Kate Berlant’s performance.” According to the Daily Mail, they kissed and got into a car together.

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Styer is an artist.

Per his website, Styer is a self-taught painter. He’s accumulated 56.4k followers in his Instagram, where he posts his artwork. Styer has also collaborated with the puzzle brand Kinstler to transform a piece of his art into puzzle.

Kinstler Mondegreen Codex

Mondegreen Codex

Kinstler Mondegreen Codex

In a May 2023 interview with Kinstler, Styer shared a bit about his childhood and what inspired him to get into art. “I have a pretty long relationship with painting,” he said. ”As a child I was drawn to the art in children’s books. Monet was a person I looked up to at age five. I soon aspired to paint hyper-real and couldn’t. In high school I had a burst of painting for three years after discovering Basquiat. I’d also been making music for some time, and through the years switched between songwriting and painting. When I was 27, I decided to completely devote my time to painting after starting a particular sketchbook. All my life I’ve been looking at art history, so I’d been having a long conversation with it in my head the whole time.”

Styer is also a musician.

In the same interview with Kinstler, Styer revealed that he also has a passion for music, which he incorporates into his art. “Yes, composition and songwriting. In Mondegreen Codex, and all of my art, there’s the presence of music. It’s something tangled up in my head always,” he explained. “I feel like I want to be making music. That’s part of my process in painting– wishing there was an alchemy involved where it could be music instead. I don’t know if I technically have synesthesia, but I do have visual impulses to music that I follow in my painting process. The two are wrapped up in a mystery I like to pretend is solvable in my art.”

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Bri is the editorial and social media assistant at ELLE.com. Before joining the team at ELLE, she worked as the editorial assistant for Seventeen.com and Cosmopolitan.com where she covered all things celebrity news and pop culture. You can probably find her sipping an oatmilk iced chai while searching for the best new makeup products or thrifting her entire wardrobe.

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