Spray Painting Multiple Layers Of Acrylic Glass – Design You Trust

Spray Painting Multiple Layers Of Acrylic Glass

Street artist Sofles has gained international recognition for his incredible work with a spray can. In an ongoing series of works, Sofles spray paints multiple layers of acrylic glass. When viewed straight on it looks like a single canvas but a few steps in any direction and you get a sense for the multiple layers involved in each piece.

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