Artist Ed Spence has reinvented and created artwork with his innovative pixelated art design. With just a ruler, a pair of scissors, and glue, Spence has designed a whole new collection of art out of existing prints and his own photographs.
Spence's process involves cutting a portion of each print or photograph into square paper "pixels" that range from 0.1 to 1 square inch in size. The pixels are then rearranged into spectrums of color that vary depending on the particular design for the piece in question.
The resulting pixelated art pieces are eye-catching, subversive and open to a myriad of interpretations by viewers. Ed Spence's pixelated art is a bold and evocative twist on traditional photography and painting.
Existing Prints are Rearranged into Pixelated Modern Art
1. Pixelated Art - Pixelated art design is growing in popularity as a unique form of artistic expression.
2. Upcycling - The trend of upcycling is growing as artists take existing materials and use them to create new pieces.
3. Personalized Art - The trend towards personalized art continues to grow as artists use personal experiences and photographs to create one-of-a-kind pieces.
1. Art - The art industry has an opportunity to showcase more unconventional forms of artistic expression like pixelated art.
2. Printing - The printing industry has an opportunity to create and market unique printing options that cater to artists interested in pixelated art.
3. Crafts - The crafts industry can cater to artists interested in upcycling and provide new and creative means to showcase pixelated pieces.