SHOK-1 Brings X-Ray Artworks to New Arsham/Fieg Gallery Exhibit
4 monthes ago - By Hypebeast
The Arsham/Fieg Gallery in KITH SoHo presents new miniature works by British artist SHOK-1. Entitled "XS," the presentation consists of the artist's signature x-ray works spotlighting the cast of characters from the cult video game series, Pac-Man. These pieces are entirely made using spray-paint and freehand techniques. "Darkly beautiful and packed with subtle layers of delicate detail, X-rays are one of the most difficult subject matters a painter could attempt," said the gallery in a statement.
Check out select works above and head over to Arsham/Fieg's Instagram page to learn more...
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