Nicolas Pol Creates Art Oozing with an Avant-Garde Graffiti Aesthetic

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: slamxhype & theworldsbestever
The latest art exhibition from Paris-based designer Nicolas Pol is oozing with sophisticated grace. Using a vibrant color palette and textures that drip down the canvas, Pol creates a vivid look.

The paintings have a melting effect, with colors that trickle into one another to create a unique aesthetic. Nicolas Pol also creates a chaotic look with an array of colorings juxtaposed with one another. According to Pol, the exhibition, which is titled "Sick Atavus of the New Blood," is meant to represent morbidity and violence with reference to "technological paranoia." There is so much to look at in these paintings, it's hard to fully appreciate their complexity without spending a few moments to recognize the intricate detail Pol puts in his work.

The exhibition takes place at 560 Washington Street, New York City until May 22, 2011. Stats for Melting Art Exhibitions Trending: Older & Chilly
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