Dynamic art duo Michael Cina and John Klukas recently teamed up to create a stunning gallery show titled, 'She Who Saw the Deep.' The art show featured a collection of 20 different pieces that creatively fused graphic design, painting and photography into one aesthetic art form.
While the Cina and Klukas weren't actually able to collaborate in person because they live over 1,200-miles apart, the artists were able to compensate for the distance and use technology to create their collaborative pieces. Klukas began the process in his NYC studio by shooting several striking images of models dripping in black paint. From there, the images were sent to Cina's studio in Minneapolis where he added technicolor paint splatters. Cina then scanned the images and proceeded to further deconstruct them brush stroke by brush stroke. The end result is breathtaking with a touch of surrealism.
Deconstructed Spatter Paintings
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Bizarre Baby Artwork
Emoticon Album Art
Geometric Topography Artworks
Eclectic Proclamation Prints
Photorealistic Ocean Artwork