According to artist Bradley Hart, bubble wrap has more purposes than just merrily popping it until the cows come home. Aside from being able to protect shipped goods, Hart found a pretty amazing use for the poppable sheets.
Bradley Hart is an artist who instead of painting on a canvas, he injects paint into bubble wrap, one bubble at a time. The results are some pretty compelling portraits that have an interesting pixelated quality to them, which can be seen in its full glory in a portrait of the late Apple CEO, Steve Jobs. He also creates smeared secondary versions of some of his art when he has leftover paint from the original productions. Hart's 'Injections' gallery will be on display in New York City at Gallery Nine5 until the end of March 2013.
Bradley Hart Creates Portraits by Injecting Bubble Wrap with Paint
1. Bubble Wrap Art - Using bubble wrap as a medium for creating unique and pixelated artworks.
2. Paint Injection Techniques - Injecting paint into bubble wrap to create interesting textures and effects in artistic compositions.
3. Sustainable Art Practices - Exploring eco-friendly art techniques by repurposing everyday materials like bubble wrap.
1. Art and Design - Opportunity for artists to experiment with unconventional mediums and techniques to create innovative artworks.
2. Packaging and Shipping - Potential for packaging companies to collaborate with artists to create unique and visually appealing packaging solutions using bubble wrap art.
3. Event and Exhibition Services - Opportunity for event organizers and exhibition services to showcase and display artworks created using bubble wrap as a medium.