It’s as rare as finding an author whose every novel becomes your favourite, a sole director in whose films you can find no fault, or a poet who can etch out bleeding-soul stanza after bleeding-soul stanza without fail; but I really do admire all of artist Sebastiaan Bremer’s work. All of it.
Every. Last. Image. He manages to create the unexpected, with a content holding such an attention to detail you know each image has been carefully constructed. He pushes visual boundaries by mixing media and forms a canvas enriched with innovative-ness. Love!
From Art-News: Working on photographs he takes himself, Sebastiaan Bremer layers each print with a laborious, complex pattern of pointillist dots in inks of various colors, constituting an interconnecting, all-over surface. Largely following or working against the grain of the photographic image and also by use of superimposition, Bremer arrives at a species of personal bestiary-one which includes full blown figures, text, personal symbols and ghostly shapes that, when integrated with their grounds, vanish in a sea of suspended dots.
For more, visit his website here.