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Archive for February 27th, 2009

Creative

In the late 19th century, the painter Seurat pioneered a school of art called "pointillism," using dots of paint to make a larger picture. In Ohio, American artist Christian Faur has done the same thing with crayons — not making dots with crayons, but using the crayons themselves as the "points."

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Go view the slideshow at the link above — it’s neat!

 

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