These unusual photograms by Kovács Krisztián showcase the human figure—or do they? These freaky negative images look more like human-alien hybrids to me, with a little light graffiti mixed in for good measure.
Click through the gallery above to see the whole series of photograms by Kovács Krisztián. They’re gorgeous—if eerily so.
Implications - Abstract art that subtly takes the shape of the human form will create curiosity and intrigue in an audience. Esoteric pieces of abstract art work similarly to optical illusions: you think you know what it is but aren't sure, so you continue looking until you figure it out. This kind of mystery will not only help obtain a fan base, but help maintain it as well.
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- By: Marissa BrassfieldJul 1, 2009 Updated: Mar 31 2011