Artist Noah Scalin painstakingly collected hundreds of colorful stickers, from everything from kid’s play sets to Wacky Packages. He then carefully arranged each one based on hue, saturation, and brightness to create a bold and abstract portrait of himself.
Matt Bilfield creates bold pop art portraits which combine the cartoon style of Lichtenstein with the pointillism of Chuck Close. Each image is made from a grid of thousands of painted dowels, bringing them into focus when viewed head on.
Got a piggy bank filled with pennies? While you convert them into paper money, why not turn them into some art for your wall? You’ll need about 850 pennies of varying shades to fill in the DIY template.
Bradley Hart’s imaginative pixel portraits are created using ordinary syringes and bubble wrap; he injects each individual bubble with acrylic paint in an elaborate and time consuming process.
Moreno De Turco and Mirco Pagano spent over 200 hours making portraits of 6 dead musicians using 6,500 CDs of the musicians’ greatest hits. The portraits were made for an anti-piracy exhibit.
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