In July we shared high-speed painting with you and now we’ll explore more quickly-made artwork. Check out this video from the speed painting article:
While you can’t witness today’s artist Alberto Seveso in high-speed action, the result of his speedy photography process is captivating. He only uses two colors to create these fast masterpieces.
Seveso who hails from Milan, Italy began fostering his passion for the arts from the early age of 15. CD covers and skate decks offered inspiration for the young artist. He realized that he could use his computer not only to play games, but also to create art. While he has no formal art training, the artist has seen much success.
In an interview for Abduzeedo, a design blog, Seveso says, “I think this job doesn’t require a degree, even if design schools are very important.”
The artist’s Due Colori body of work captures two colors of ink mixing with water. The high-speed effect is achieved through a combination of high-speed photography that he then combines digitally. His process illustrates the relationship between water and ink.
For me, the work is simple and at the same time beautifully complex. The two colors used in the work mix to create a multitude of color combinations. The artist also focuses on the shapes created when mixing the colors, each of them unique.
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- Yekaterina Sahakyan