Push pin portraits by Eric Daigh. Michigan.
whoa, wonder how long a painting took to do also if he used an underlying guide layer. Reminds me alot of some of Chuck Close paintings
I instantly thought of chuck close as well!
Commitment = nice
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I saw this at Artprize 2009 in Grand Rapids, MI.
Congratulations on the prize and great work.
I saw these at Artprize too! I was amazed at how sharp they actually looked from just across the room.
big ups to michigan artists and wonderful work.
OMG! Rubic cubes were one thing but this is just spectacular!
That’s brilliant, they look amazing, well done Eric!
This is totally messed up.
i bet these are so methodical and pleasing to make.
these are pure craziness. especially since there are only primary coloured tacks.
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DOPE! Love love love this!
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