If you were to look at these Leo Eguiarte works, you’d probably already be impressed by his pastel polygonal renderings of psychedelic imagery, reminiscent of what people in the ‘80s thought computer technology would progress to. More spectacular, however, is the fact that he is able to achieve such fine artistry on circuit panels. That’s right; Eguiarte uses the breakers found within households as his canvases to give his images a cratered or Morse code-like look. If you thought his images were electrifying before, now you have a perfect reason as to why.
Leo Eguiarte himself is based in Los Angeles. Though he experiments with different media, his work still often uses saturated colors to depict bizarre scenes, patterns and characters.
Circuit Panel Canvases
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