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This Artist Turns Spilled Paint Into Gorgeous Avalanches Of Colour

Video. Thomas Blanchard doesn't paint like normal artists do. Instead of painstakingly applying colours to a canvas with a brush, he dumps litres of brightly coloured paints into a giant tank filled with oils and other liquids, producing psychedelic waterfalls of colour that could never hang in an art gallery. More »      
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