Oct 29, 2018
227 Views

Surreal Double Exposures of Faces Blended Into Plumes of Ink in Water

Written by

Inspired by the work of Albert Seveso, South African artist Chris Slabber blends faces with high-speed photographs of ink dropped into water. The double-exposure like digital artworks were recently exhibited at the Art Karoo art gallery for KKNK 2014.

The project was recently featured on Behance where Chris explains:

“The idea behind this series was to show that from Destruction comes Creation. As the paint falls there is a constant point of creation, but at the same time it destroys itself.”

 

Prints are available through Saatchi Art and you can see much for of Slabber’s work on Behance.

 

1.

Artwork by CHRIS SLABBER
Behance | Twitter | Prints available

 

2.

Artwork by CHRIS SLABBER
Behance | Twitter | Prints available

 

3.

Artwork by CHRIS SLABBER
Behance | Twitter | Prints available

 

4.

Artwork by CHRIS SLABBER
Behance | Twitter | Prints available

 

5.

Artwork by CHRIS SLABBER
Behance | Twitter | Prints available

 

High Speed Photos
of Ink Dropped Into Water

Artwork by CHRIS SLABBER
Behance | Twitter | Prints available

 

 

 

If you enjoyed this post, the Sifter
highly recommends:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Article Categories:
Uncategorized

Leave a Reply

hit tracker