A talk about Art

Hello, the purpose of this blog is to help bring to life a love of all art that is out there. Here you will find the masters to the most current artists out there. You will have a chance to learn a little about them and share your thoughts on their work. And along the way we will have some fun and questions and trivia about anything ART.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

How is it made?

Alright,  I am going to give out a blog post challenge that is going to be worth 3 blogs to the first person that figures out everything I want to know.

 I want to know how the pictures below were made.  What mediums are being used and how the technique is being used.  I also want to know who the artist is.

If you can be the first to find all of that info, I will give you credit for 3 blogs.  Good Luck.







54 comments:

  1. one of the most out standing i've seen

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  2. It looks like they are painting bubble wrap. That looks very difficult, especially because I wouldn't be able to paint it. I would probably just sit there and pop the bubble wrap. Either way, they did a magnificent job

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  3. This is very neat. I dont know what its made of but it looks hard. i dont know the artist either but they must be very skilled.

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  4. Bradley Hart injects paint into the bubbles of bubble wrap to make portraits of friends and famous people. By injecting the paint it gives it a pixelated look. I think it is pretty impressive that he doesnt just pop all of the bubbles.

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  5. This is a really amazing thing to create! He used bubble wrap and inserted paint into the bubbles. This would be really difficult to do.

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  6. This is really cool. I as well think its bubble wrap that they injected paint into. This seems really hard.

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  7. The artist injected paint into bubble wrap or painted individual pixels. This is very creative and seems hard to pull off. I was impressed by the artists work and wouldn't mind trying something like this.

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  8. I think the artist glued many different colored scraps of some sort and glued it to a piece of glass or something.

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  9. He puts paint in bubble wrap. That seems pretty easy to me. it is very creative though, so i give him credit for that. This would be a fun project to attempt.

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  10. Bubbyl wrap, I think this is really creative and I would like to do something like it

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  11. It looks to me like they used some sort of bubble wrap. It is very creative, and if we could find out what it was made out of I would like to try it.

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  12. how they did is beyond me. i would like to try this.

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  13. this is just a complete waste of time and bubble wrap

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  14. I would not have the patience to first inject the bubble wrap and then make sure it still forms a face. It's an original idea, but I wouldn't have the time to do or even attempt it

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  15. Whatever they used, this is a complete waste of time. It must have taken a long time to do this and I can think of better things to do than this. Would never want to do it.

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  16. This is really interesting. That would take so much time but the end product would be worth it.

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  17. I like this, it looks like a knitting or something..? But I think its cool!

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  18. This is very cool. I think it is something I would very much enjoy. Yay for art!

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  19. that is cool how he thought of that. i think it would be interesting to lean how he thought of using this method. i think it is really cool.

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  20. i think that it is cool but i am wondering what it is made out of i like the 4th one it is not finish but just like carving something out of clay it is trying to come out.

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  21. i dont know who the artist is, or how they did this, but it looks hard and it must take a lot of talent to do. it must of taken a lot of time and hard work.

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  22. this looks like the artist used many different parts of shredded, but that's just my guess. I think this style is very cool. would take alot of time and hard work

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  23. I'm so jealous I can't do that stuff. I think it's so cool.

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  24. This is very intreststing but i'm not a big fan. I know its has awsome detail and stuff but from a distance it just looks like a blurry picture.

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  25. This is really cool and creative but I would constantly be worried about the bubbles popping but other than that this is really creative.

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  26. I think it is an interesting idea but I don't like any of the pieces above. I think it would be more interesting if the work was prettier. So all in all I am not a big fan of this.

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  27. I don't know how he does this with bubble wrap. It is so creative and neat.

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  28. This looks way to hard and I'm still trying to draw shapes. So in conclusion I don't believe this is the project for me.

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  29. I think that it is really cool how they came up with this idea. It seems like it would be a very fun and exciting project to do next semester.

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  30. i really like this. i saw on tv how the artist created this. this would be really fun to do.

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  31. I don't know who made this or any. it's the weirdest I have every seen but it does have it's unique turns. ;)

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  32. at first i thought they were making quilts, but now that i have read throught some of the other comments it is probbablly bubble wrap. i think this is reall cool and it would be fun to do this some time.

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  33. I'm so glad I got the opportunity to experience such amazing art like this. It's very unique and is so very cool.

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  34. this is very cool. i would like to do this some time. it would be fun

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  35. this is cool but it would take for ever

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  36. i really like this. some kids did it this year for the art show. i think it would be fun to try on a smaller scale.

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  37. This is pretty unique. It is really cool how in dept they go into making the face and the wrinkles on the clothing. But we shouldn't try this.

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  38. This is astonishing. You would have to plan out the distance between the eyes and nose and mouth and how many "bubbles" it would take to make these details work. This would be a hard project but I think I'd be happy with the results if I did it right.

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  39. these pictures were probably made out of.. I don't know but maybe a wrong guess would be little lights. Love it looks like the world in another dimension.

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  40. This is so cool. I think its neat that they use bubble wrap to make it look like pixels. This looks like it would take a long time to do.

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  41. This is really cool. It looks like a bunch of dots. I bet up close the art would look much different than it does from a distance.

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  42. These are very interesting and would take a lot of patience and creativity. I bet it is made up of little plastic dots.

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  43. This is really cool and looks like something really fun to do

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  44. I think this artist used string because you can just look at the fourth and see why I think that. Other than that, I think these pictures are really realistic.

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  45. That looks dope its amazing. I would be inserted in that kinda art work.

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  46. this looks like it can be really hard to do because you got to have all the color right so that the picture turns out how it should

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  47. this looks like it can be really hard to do because you got to have all the color right so that the picture turns out how it should

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  48. I honestly have no clue what medium was used to create these. Whatever was used was probably very time consuming and took great skill. I wonder what a landscape would look like using this technique?

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  49. These are some masterful masterpieces. The time dedication for each individual piece and the mapping out of every piece. These masterpieces had to take quite awhile. It would be fascinating to see more of these.

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  50. These pieces look almost as if they were pix-elated. These are very cool and unique works of art. I would love to try it sometime.

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  51. I think this is really cool. This is something really unique. I think it would take a very long time.

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  52. It looks like they are painting bubble wrap. That looks very difficult, especially because I wouldn't be able to paint it.

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