Painting is a meticulous art in itself, but the latest work from Bradley Hart really takes the cake. The New York-based artist has recently released a series of works that see a commonly overlooked item – bubble wrap – injected with paint to create new renditions of famous classics. Da Vinci’s The Mona Lisa, Vermeer’s The Girl With a Pearl Earring, and parts of Monet’s The Water Lilies have all been reinterpreted with this interesting technique, which adds a new dimension to the works when and if the bubbles pop. Enjoy the works above and head to Bradley Hart’s portfolio site to learn more about the artist.
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