Christian Faur – Crayon Series

September 3, 2009 § 2 Comments

American artist Christian Faur uses crayon as pixels to compose portraits. As he says on his artist statement The things that inspire me to create, I find, are buried deep within the structures and systems that form the underpinning of our natural world. My studies in the natural sciences have made me aware of these hidden layers of complexity present in even the simplest objects. It reminds me the work of Daniel Eatock. Seen on designboom
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