Wild animals drawn from thousands of points

Wild animals drawn from thousands of points

Painter and designer Thiago bianchini The artist inspired these works from the double exposure in photography to paint the creatures of the wild, surrounded by trees, grasses and rocky mountains that contrast with the starry sky and painted from thousands of small dots. “It often takes 4 hours to complete the work, and it takes a lot of patience to have one of the thousands of points, and the beauty of art is that there is no limit to what can be done where you can make something simple, complex or surreal. The languages ​​of the world at this time unite people and urge them to think. ” One of his goals is to inspire people living in big cities to reflect on nature and protect the rest of wildlife.

Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points
Wild animals drawn from thousands of points