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Massive Fat-Cap Fake Paintings

Fine artist Benjamin Laading has a foible especially for large-scale fat-cap paintings. That’s not that unusual – I mean, who doesn’t like a good fat-cap tag? – but the interesting thing about his paintings is the fact that they aren’t done with a spray-can but with markers or brushes!

These extraordinary artworks require a massive pre-study of fat-cap-looks (the differing distances between the dots create the special fat-cap fading effects) and a lot of time as everyone can imagine…

I would love to see a work-in-progress stop-motion video or something similar to get to know the way of creation!

Massive Fat Cap Fake Paintings
Massive Fat Cap Fake Paintings
Massive Fat Cap Fake Paintings

Via ektopia.co.uk.

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