Crayon Portrait Series by Christian Faur

American artist Christian Faur continues his crayon portrait series with a new set of unique and expertly crafted images. Using strategically placed upright crayons, Faur fabricates the appearance of pixels to create these works, resulting in a distinct mash up of pointillism and photography which blurs the lines between various artistic mediums. On this idea, Faur states that he views art like a game, in which breaking rules can open up what can be ‘said’ through a specific medium, but also where rules can help contain thoughts in unique ways so that “the medium can become the message.”

Source: designboom

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Converse Jack Purcell Suede Mid
visvim KILGORE Jacket
Christian Louboutin Syd Shopping Bag
Nike Japan Innovation Hunt Inspired by Flyknit and Lunarlon
Bruce Davidson: A Lifetime with Leica Video
Summer Sale Enjoy 20% Off Regular Priced Items | Use Code: SU20 SHOP NOW