Paint-injected bubble wrap recreates the masterpieces of the past

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Using algorithms to create pixillated layouts of famous paintings on sheets of bubble wrap, New York-based artist Bradley Hart then”uses acrylic-filled syringes to [inject]every bubble with paint.”┬áThis labor-intensive and painstaking process typically takes 150 hours for each image. The result produces a double-sided image: the front showing the perfectly filled bubbled image composite, and the back showing a paint-dripped impression that Hart peels off and displays separately.

Still Life with a Skull and a Writing Quill Interpreted, Impression.

Still Life with a Skull and a Writing Quill.

The impression of Girl with a Pearl Earring Interpreted.

The impression of Girl with a Pearl Earring Interpreted.

The impression of Girl with a Pearl Earring.

The impression of Girl with a Pearl Earring.

Van Gogh's Self-Portrait with a Grey Felt Hat.

Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait with a Grey Felt Hat.

Van Gogh's Self-Portrait with a Grey Felt Hat.

Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait with a Grey Felt Hat.

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Also check-out this video featuring the artist at work:

 

 

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