Bubble Wrap Paintings Imitate Impressisonism With Just A Pop

Who knew that bubble wrap, which can amuse for hours but also torment some four-legged friends, could also be a great medium for painting?  Lucky for us, artist Bradley Hart shows us below, with his renditions of famous paintings like Mona Lisa.  

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Yet, Hart doesn’t paint on top of the bubble wrap, as one would assume, but rather, fills the bubbles with paint, giving it an initial Pointillist appearance.

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But the genius behind it all, is what happens when you pop the paint filled bubbles.  Below, we see the same famous painting, but this time, it has an Impressionistic quality to it, showing a melting Mona.  Personally, I prefer the popped version, don’t you?

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Here are more of Hart’s paintings.

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(via fubiz)

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