Artist Creates Portraits on Floating Blocks of Ice 🤯
This artist uses charcoal and soil to create mesmerizing works of art on the surface of ice in the Baltic Sea. David Popa calls the series ‘Fractured,’ and says each artwork takes approx four hours to make. He told SWNS…
This artist uses charcoal and soil to create mesmerizing works of art on the surface of ice in the Baltic Sea.
David Popa calls the series ‘Fractured,’ and says each artwork takes approx four hours to make. He told SWNS that his hope with the project was to ‘associate murals to nature.’
The artist, who was born in the U.S. but now lives in Finland, says each piece is intended to be ephemeral, but he has sold around 100 image prints and 6 NFTs relating to the project, with one going for as much as $15,000.
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