By Cory Doctorow at 1:06 pm Thu, Mar 21, 2013
Canadian artist Bradley Hart makes pixelated paintings by filling the bubbles in large sheets of bubble-wrap with carefully chosen paints.
Bradley Hart Portfolios
The fool! He’s only tempting people to pop his artwork into therapeutic oblivion!
This is really cool but the image you show is not one of the bubble-wrap images: it’s acrylic on wood. The injected images are in a different part of the website.
Has disqus gone haywire? The names above this post have ben changing. Also, Arabic spam.
What names? And I flushed the spam. The filter hasn’t been working very well lately.
ooh i just thought of the idea of bubblewrap filled with fake blood (or maybe nice smells for the squeamish) for really satisfying popping.
Oooooh, scented bubble wrap. What a great idea! I wonder if bubble wrap manufacturers just use ambient air. If so, it would be easy to put some scent into the air intake of a factory.
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