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Digital Vomit Uses an Inkjet Printer to Achieve Amazing Results

 - Aug 8, 2014
References: burdu976 & behance.net
Alberto Seveso's ongoing series, 'Digital Vomit,' is comprised of exceptional pieces of art, created using an inkjet printer and a few of the tricks he has up his sleeve.

The Italian graphic designer/photographer/illustrator explains, "The passion for graphic arts started in these years [the 1990's] because I was really fascinated [by] the graphic[s] of skate decks and the cover[s] [...] of metal bands. From this passion I started to think about how [to] reproduce this kind of artwork." Seveso realized that the computer was not merely a toy to play around on, but a tool that could produce incredible art.

Seveso's latest compositions are all vibrant and dynamic, but they range from playful to mildly perplexing, like one composition that has an eyeless woman foaming from the mouth, the words 'Vomit' painted underneath.