15 Mesmerizing Collage Paintings With Playing Cards And Black Pigments, Created By Elmo Hood

Published 10 months ago

Elmo Hood’s artistry breaks molds, merging playing cards and black pigments to create 20 captivating collage paintings. Cards provide color while black pigments bring depth, resulting in a unique fusion of textures and narratives.

Creating each piece is like putting together a puzzle with care, blending playing cards and black pigments into captivating stories that leave you wondering. Hood’s art invites you to dive into these textured worlds, encouraging you to touch and think. Want to get up close? Check out Hood’s portfolio [link provided by the artist] for a peek into his wild imagination. In a world where creativity runs wild, Elmo Hood is proof that there are no limits to pushing artistic boundaries.

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#1 “The Joker”

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#2 “Mad”

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#3 “Crank The Sun”

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#4 “The Butterfly King”

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#5 “Notorious B.i.g.”

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#6

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#7 “Medusa”

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#8 “Batman”

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#9 “Bluebird”

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#10 “Would You Like An Adventure Or Shall We Have Our Tea First?”

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#11 “A Lot Changed Me”

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#12 Diablo

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#13 “The Butterfly Queen”

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#14 “Freediver And Octopus”

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#15

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Saumya Ratan

Saumya is an explorer of all things beautiful, quirky, and heartwarming. With her knack for art, design, photography, fun trivia, and internet humor, she takes you on a journey through the lighter side of pop culture.

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