In a beautiful evocation of what some art folks are calling the New Aesthetic, Andrew Faris puts his precise, minimalist, pixel-inspired paintings in beautiful landscapes. The digital has long since invaded the real. via SuperSonicArt
Faris explains his work: “in an increasingly complex and competitive society sternly ruled by technology and stainless robotic hands, there is impassioned need for artistic respite. Simplicity, it has been said, is the essence of beauty. I couldn’t agree more.”
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