I’ve seen these type of works at the Architecture Digest show, but they were nothing like what I’m about to present you. I’m talking someone who drew a fish bowl with a few fishes in it, and I thought it was a pretty neat idea to see a 3D painting as it phases out from each glass to the other.
Manchester born, now Montreal renowned artist David Spriggs is using layers of clear glass which he paints on layer by layer until it fully transform into the 3D artwork, which is a bit scary in my opinion however it’s way beyond cool.
David’s work revolves mainly around explosive imagery, distorted figures using colored pencil on tinted glass.
Check out Spriggs gallery in the images below, double click to expand.