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Published: 18 Dec 2012

Blurred Portraits by the Miaz Brothers

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Valencia-based artists Roberto and Renato Miaz have created a collection of blurred portrait paintings called the Antimatter. The Spanish brothers overlap sprayed acrylic colour on white canvases for ethereal, hazy effects. Lack of outlines and detail allow the out-of-focus depictions of people to appear distant and dissolve into the white backgrounds. 

Paris-based artist Vincent Dulom creates similar illusions using an inkjet printer in his printed pigmentary ink artwork. Read more about Dulom, as well as other creatives using dispersed colour and fading hues, in our Autumn/Winter 2014-15 Stylus Spectrum colour concept, Vapour.

Miaz Brothers

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