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Stephen Hiam’s Chaos Painting Machine

Today I’d like to introduce a graffiti-inspired artist to you, I recently discovered…

Born in London and living in Berlin, Stephen Hiam experiments with spray-paint and chaos and creates in that way crazy abstract artworks. After constructing different drip machines from simple everyday objects, like tin cans, he recently got a Makita BBX7600 (a 4-stroke commercial duty engine) and transformed it into what I would call a semi-automatic paint-vomitter and what he calls an aerosol organsm!

Due to I love to see artists experimenting with new, customized techniques and tools, I simply like the resulting pure, dirty and somehow crazy minimalist graffiti paintings.

Check out his website for more info about Stephen Hiam and his spray-paint chaos!

Stephen Hiam’s Chaos Painting Machine
Stephen Hiam’s Chaos Painting Machine
Stephen Hiam’s Chaos Painting Machine

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  1. This is bomb as hell, but it would be hard to create Graffiti outta this. But anyways it’s probably one of the most creative things I’ve seen, and makes good back rounds.
    Nice work on the machine and the art.

  2. instead of fire extinguisher, this makita bbx thing looks good. just adjust on nozzle it can be good for walls.

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