Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Bubble Wrap + Paint = Photorealistic Art

Oh the wonders of bubble wrap! You are more than packaging. For the common man, it can be the greatest medicine to end bordom, stress, and anger. But for Bradley Hart, bubble wrap is a canvas for large pixelated painting. 

The Process: He injects each bubble, one by one, with acrylic paint.

The air inside each bubble has to be equally displaced with the paint. So there are two holes created. One for injection and the other to release air and any overflow of paint. As a result, an impression of the bubble wrap painting is created.

His art is currently exibiting at gallery nine5 in NY from March 6 - 29


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