Artist Thijme Termaat Spent 2.5 Years Painting And Creating This Mesmerizing Timelapse
Dutch artist Thijme Termaat’s mesmerizing time-lapse called “I Paint” showcases the self-taught artist composing a large scale painting, which took him 2.5 years to create. The surreal and psychedelic piece is composed of several smaller pieces.
Using simple, stop-motion and time-lapse techniques, his short film contains absolutely no digital effects. Watch as the passion within his paintbrush unfolds within every second.
Canadian artist Kit King’s devotion to detail in her imaginative dreamscapes, which often feature the human body and are completed in collaboration with her husband Oda, are achieved through an ultra-focused technical ability conjured from abstract processes and experimentation. The results are readily astounding, often haunting and have pushed her to becoming one of the most recognizable young hypperrealists in the world.
In anticipation of this Thursday’s release with Supersonic Art’s sister site, The People’s Printshop, I sat down to ask Kit a few questions about life, art and Stranger Things. Take a look:
I enjoy naming my work. Sometimes i’ve thought about it before i’ve even started and other times I will stare at the finished product for awhile until my mind sees fit. I’ll let myself wander on this one. //