Nick Criscuolo Uses Printer Ink to Create Terrifying Artwork

By: Sarah St.Jules - Published: • References: nickquest & laughingsquid
Typically, most people don't pay a lot of attention to the ink that is in the printers we constantly use, but Nick Criscuolo has used the ink as the medium for his artwork.

Besides the unorthodox paint, the most fascinating aspect of his work is how terrifying each piece is. Cruscuolo has taken the portrait of a famous person, and has worked it to the point of it being unrecognizable. The ink has been watered down, and this water has forced drips to happen on the page. These faces are incredibly eerie looking, and the images that have been created won't soon be forgotten.

Amongst all the strange portraits, the talent that Nick Criscuolo has is unquestionable. The work that went into each piece is phenomenal, and he has definitely created a series of work that will stay in your mind as you close your eyes at night. Stats for Eerie Liquified Inkjet Paintings Trending: Older & Chilly
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