Pixelated Beagle Made of 221K Sprinkles

0 Posted by - November 18, 2011 - Art

For a fine arts project at his university, Joel Brochu was tasked with using the pointillism technique, invented by post-Impressionist painter Georges Seurat, where small dots of pure color are repeatedly applied to a canvas until it forms an image. The original project called on him to recreate a piece of furniture. Using 22 different shades of paint to form a chair, he completed the task.

Joel Brochu on Flickr

( via mymodernmet )


  • ebook November 19, 2011 - 06:21 Reply

    Designing is not really an easy job but most of the people nowadays is doing this kind of a job, indeed it’s fun and we can earn money from it. Perhaps, most of the web owners are looking for a good designer that will make their website look good.

  • Dawn December 6, 2011 - 22:27 Reply

    Amazing! What a talented artist!!

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