Mosaic Artist Recreates Famous Paintings Using Screw Art Technique

Mosaic artist Marat Nabi uses an unusual technique – with the help of screws he recreates the paintings of famous artists. According to the artist, the process includes several stages. First, the artist paints on a wooden panel, after that he drills holes, the number of which usually exceeds 1000 pieces. Then, he needs to put screws at a certain height to make the picture voluminous. At the end, the artist paints his work in the right colors. Our Mashbox team finds his works very talented. Have a look! ūüôā

 

1) The Scream, Edvard Munch

(c) Marat Nabi

2) The Persistence Of Memory, Salvador Dali

(c) Marat Nabi

3) Sunflowers, Vincent Van Gogh

(c) Marat Nabi

4) The Son of Man, Rene Magritte

(c) Marat Nabi

5) Bathing of a Red Horse, Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin

(c) Marat Nabi

6) Over the Town, Marc Chagall

(c) Marat Nabi

7)¬†Campbell’s Soup Cans, Andy Warhol

(c) Marat Nabi

8) The Dance, Henri Matisse

(c) Marat Nabi

9) The Dream, Pablo Picasso

(c) Marat Nabi

10) The Black Square, Kasimir Malevich

(c) Marat Nabi

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