In this colorful art experiment, the artist takes on the difficult task of trying to portray human emotions.
Thomas Blanchard, a French filmmaker and director, has released a new short documenting an experimental approach to interpretive art. 'The Colors of Feelings' is at its purest, a display of the artist using milk, honey, oil and paint and making it interact to evoke an empathetic reaction.
Blending together various elements, the filmmaker uses a macro lens to create "an analogy of feelings such as anger, love, sadness and joy [as they] they mix and eventually ease." The colorful art experiment tries to demonstrate the various emotions that are part of the human experience and how they all play an equally valuable role in the flow of life.
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