Adam Lister from Beacon, NY creates astonishing 8-bit cube visual language rooted in Atari and Nintendo video games watercolor artworks.
Adam Lister quotes “I’ve always connected with the minimal, block-like 8-bit depiction of form, space, and movement.” He turns iconic images into 8-bit watercolor paintings. His portfolio ranges from Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss” to Wonder Woman. Lister quotes “I start with a pencil drawing, blocking in a few of the bigger components of my composition. Then I look to build the initial sketch into a strictly angular and geometric description of the subject, using only vertical and horizontal lines. A circle becomes a square, a diagonal becomes a staircase, and the translation of the original idea is rearranged through an 8-Bit inspired visual language.” Enjoy is artwork and do share with your friends.
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