The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac street art painting murals minimalism drawing

Equally versatile in medium, canvas, and subject matter, Spanish artist Pejac seems comfortable working on the smallest drawing to the largest outdoor mural. While his ideas and motivations are often crystal clear, it is his minimalism and subtractive techniques that make his work truly stand out. His figures are often rendered only in silhouette or fine lines and familiar patterns like bricks or the folds of the human brain are transformed into flocks of birds or the branches of trees.

You can see much more of his work on Facebook and learn a bit more over on Arrested Motion.

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