Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Rafal Bujnowski - Negative painting

'Milena' is a painting made with the use of reverse color palette. Rafal Bujnowski, artist from Poland, realized it in 2005. The proper image should be developed by the viewer's imagination, or by taking a photograph and reversing it into negative, you can see it after the jump.




38 comments:

  1. This is really awesome. I thought the first one was made with a computer, not by hand.

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  2. Wow, thats a really really cool concept. I can say that i hadnt seen that before.

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  3. That's sweet, haven't seen anyone do that before. I thought it was a photo when I saw the colors at first 0.0

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  4. Amazing. The second photo was truly clever

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  6. This is really cool. I like the picture of him holding it up with the negative filter over it, and the picture's colors are perfect. This guy really knows his color theory.

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  8. The bottom one looks really good.

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  9. ooh I love!!! It's stunning! Such a clever idea!
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  10. Do him paint it directly of paint it normal and after it uses photoshop?

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  11. Kind of looks like an augmented reality installation, cool.

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  12. thats a nice idea by the artist sound simple enough but coming up with it


    thats a whole new thing

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  13. Simple but clever, I hope he did it just going off of his knowledge of color and color theory, and not by copying a negative photo (which would be disappointing).

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  14. I love functional uses for neg.

    Great blog, I'll follow your site.

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  15. Can you provide a more in depth step by step, perhaps?

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  17. This truly takes some skills... Looks incredible!

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  18. its cool, its creeps me out a little tho, dunno why haha

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  19. Although the negative effect is common in digital art, I had never seen it in paintings. I think it's an impressive painting and a very good idea.

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  20. dang! i love how you find all these super original artists! so great :)

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