Splatter paint is an art-form popular in the kindergarten age demographic, but French Illustrator Blule is infusing the technique into her beautiful works. The Australia-based artist creates illustrations of pop culture superheroes, like The Hulk, Batman, Wonder Woman and Cat Woman.
She creates the illustrations by first lightly outlining the heroes in pencil and then "spreads a little bit of a splash." The artist prides herself on making messes into art. Watercolor paints cannot be erased, so artists who use them understand that there is room for error and it can still be aesthetically appealing.
The artist also allows customers to order a custom-made painting. So if you want to snatch up a beautifully splattered painting in the likes of something other than pop culture, head on over to her site.
Blule Creates Splatter Paint Illustrations of Superheroes
1. Splatter Paint Art - The trend of incorporating splatter paint into various types of art is disrupting traditional painting techniques.
2. Custom Artwork - The trend of offering custom-made paintings creates a new market for personalized art pieces, disrupting the mass-produced art industry.
3. Pop Culture Illustrations - The trend of creating illustrations of popular culture icons is disrupting traditional artwork subject matter and appealing to younger demographics.
1. Fine Arts - The fine arts industry has the opportunity to incorporate splatter paint and custom artwork into their works, attracting a younger audience.
2. Graphic Design - Graphic design industries incorporating splatter paint techniques into their work offer a fresh take on traditional design and can attract a younger audience.
3. E-commerce - E-commerce industries can benefit from offering custom-made artwork, disrupting the mass-produced art industry and offering personalized options for customers.