“Hippocampus”, from the chromatic aurora, ecosystem series, 2021

$300.00

Cotton paper 310 gsm
Ultrachrome archival pigment
5/60
Image size: 9.5 cm x 19 cm
Paper size: 20 cm x 30 cm

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Description

This Money Art creation is inspired from the Hippocampus banknote prototype engraving, which I designed in 2012. The Hippocampus banknote was recognised by the International Banknote Designers Association’s with the “Banknote of the Future Award” in 2012

 

Carlos’s represents in his artworks an investigation between chromatics and the integration between linear patterns, based on different composition techniques where Carlos has developed the series: linear rhythmic, concentric rhythmic and aurora rhythmic. The result is given where the colour appears and fades to another colour through the visual rhythm. This creates an optical illusion in which everything static becomes a movement in which colours that do not exist in the composition can appear.
The style of visual art in which works are investigated and depicted with the use of optical illusions is called Op-art. They usually cause the viewer the impression of movement, of the existence of hidden or non-existent images or colours.

The artwork remains the copyright of almenardiaz. It may not be reproduced or copied without permission.
© almenardiaz.

 

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