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Artist Pejac Deals with Subtractive Elements in His Public Work

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: pejac-blog.blogspot.ru & fubiz.net
The shadowy work of Spanish artist Pejac deals with subtractive qualities, which utilizes the negative space in a visually striking manner. Like his previous work, artist Pejac works predominantly with black paint, creating scenes that accentuate their surroundings. Whether that entails painting barred windows on the side of a flawless brick wall (one of which has been tied back as though the metal were curtains) or depicting a scarecrow disintegrating into individual birds, the images are mesmerizing.

Taking over the streets of Spain, artist Pejac leaves behind thought-provoking artworks that will encourage people to indulge in their fantasies and imaginations. Each work involves careful layers of paint that strategically leaves out spots he doesn't want covered to create a unique sense of depth. Overall, artist Pejac showcases a different form of graffiti. Stats for Shadow-Like Street Art (UPDATE) Trending: This Year & Hot
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