(H/T: Barry McKenna)
Portraits created from layers of discs cut from paint swatches by San Francisco-based visual artist Peter Combe who sez of them:
These artworks transform and change subtly as the viewer shifts from his/her vantage point, there is a magic that occurs, a trick of the eye where color seems to occupy space—a void—at once ethereal, yet seen from another angle the whole appears as if a ghostly image, veiled in gossamer.
Balla Bán Art tweetz:
Spotted a portrait of Lady Diana for sale in Dublin today. Bit scary I think!
The work of Veneer if we’re not mistaken.
Portraits by Boston-based dog photographer Kaylee Greer.