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Posted in Cool Art Ideas, How it's Made, Just Cool by Brittany on May 8th, 2014
 

These Pixelated Paintings are Made with Bubble Wrap and Paint

Artist Bradley Hart has created a bunch of portraits and paintings by injecting paint into bubble wrap — creating a mosaic, pixelated image.

The process is twofold. First he injects each bubble with the paint to create the pixelated look. Second he removes the drippings from the back of the paintings to see the impression of the piece. Some examples are below, with the injection version complete and the impression version almost melting downward.

Besides the fact that these paintings are incredibly well done for being created one bubble (or pixel) at a time, the back stories of Hart’s inspiration is fascinating. Ranging from why he injects the paint, to why he wanted to create pixelated images, to the end meaning behind both the injection and impression pieces, his art is “injected” with sentiment and meaning every step of the way.

Part of what he explains on his website is that: “The bare bubbles in the bubble wrap reference dots or pixels, echoing various movements in art history and other media, including pointillism, screen-printing, TVs and LCS monitors… The process of injecting paint into bubble wrap directly references pixilation (and those 1’s and 0’s) and at the same time harkens back to the time of family portrait painting, when a family’s personal “photo” album consisted of paintings hanging on its walls.”

These Pixelated Paintings are Made with Bubble Wrap and Paint

These Pixelated Paintings are Made with Bubble Wrap and Paint

These Pixelated Paintings are Made with Bubble Wrap and Paint

These Pixelated Paintings are Made with Bubble Wrap and Paint

These Pixelated Paintings are Made with Bubble Wrap and Paint

These Pixelated Paintings are Made with Bubble Wrap and Paint

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