Nigel Cook is an excellent artist very skilled at integrating a soft sense of presence in his work. The calming scenes he paints range from sunrises to simple line drawings.
Born and living in London, England, Nigel Cook just recently held a solo exhibition at the Andrea Rosen Gallery in New York.
Can you find the hidden skeleton in the first picture?
Implications - Artists are looking for more subtle ways to present their artworks in front of their viewers. By hiding certain elements, artists are able to add an air of mystique to their pieces. This concept would make a great interactive, viral marketing technique for any business looking to get consumer attention without overexposing themselves to the point of being a nuisance.
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