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Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques

AcriticArt lives and works in Florence, Italy. He graduated with a degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Florence. His interest in communication and facial expressions has influenced the choice of his degree course and has inspired his artworks.

He never had any formal art training, but he has always dedicated himself to the creation of portraits. His subjects are above all inspired by the icons of cinema, music and sports. His artistic research has led him to experiment with cityscape paintings, representation of face decomposition and mental disorders. His aim is to be able to play with the mind of the art viewer. His artworks are made with a mixed media technique (coloured pencils and ink pen) on paper. ~ AcriticArt

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques“Pixel Frida” Mixed Media, Coloured Pencils and Ink on 33x24cm (13×9.5in) Paper.

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques“Pixel Loren” Mixed media, Coloured Pencils and Ink on 33x24cm (13×9.5in) Paper.

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques“Pixel Jordan” Mixed Media, Coloured Pencils and Ink on 60×42 (23×16 in) Paper.

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques

“PIxel Ali” Coloured Pencils an Ink on 60×42 (23×16 in) Paper.

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques“Borderline” Mixed Media, Coloured Pencils and Ink Pen on Paper.

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques“Pixel Mandela” Coloured Pencils and Ink Pen on 33×48 (13×19 in) Paper.

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques“Omaggio a De Gregori” Mixed media on 60×40 Paper.

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques“Omaggio a Dalla” Mixed media on 60×40 Paper.

Pixel Art Portraits With Mixed Media Techniques“Omaggio a Gaber” Mixed Media on 60×40 Paper.

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