Addition By Subtraction : Pejac

From small pieces of paper to life-size murals, Spanish artist Pejac seems to have found a comfortable style in turning a simple silhouette image, into an amazing site-specific piece of art.

Often using the surroundings as part of his creation, his talent for achieving amazing effects with such a minimalistic style is mind-blowing. Playing with the perspective, repetitiveness, dimension, textures and intervening his objects, characters and elements, are some of signature methods of getting to the point. All with a noticeable message within each piece. 

His most recent street work in his hometown of Santander in Spain uses a peeled off part of a brick wall, creating an incredible 3D effect of a paper plane crashing into it… Dope.

 

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4 Responses to “Addition By Subtraction : Pejac”

  1. Dorian

    I like the message of the trees vs the road, most. Within each path there is an implied “why” for that particular choice which only the viewer knows.

    Pejac is quite creative as well as talented.

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