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Chris Dorosz Drips Paint on Poles to Create Art

 - Aug 27, 2009   Updated: Jun 2 2011
References: chrisdorosz & designboom
This seems complicated: Artist Chris Dorosz takes individual acrylic rods and drops paint on them, and when put together the drops become 3D-looking graphic sculptures.

The art from Chris Dorosz seems incredible because it's definitely bigger than its parts. Individual acrylic rods with paint drops isn't anything, but when assembled these great images appear. An interesting medium and a cool finished result from Chris Dorosz!

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