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Pour Paintings by Holton Rower
These psychedelic looking paintings are created by Holton Rower. The way they are made is rather simple, it’s exactly what you think, pour layer after layer of coloured paints onto a plywood box. The results are stunning though, and I’ve embedded a nice timelapse video made by Dave Kaufman that shows the creative process in much more detail. Well worth checking out.



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Pour Paintings by Holton Rower
These psychedelic looking paintings are created by Holton Rower. The way they are made is rather simple, it’s exactly what you think, pour layer after layer of coloured paints onto a plywood box. The results are stunning though, and I’ve embedded a nice timelapse video made by Dave Kaufman that shows the creative process in much more detail. Well worth checking out.



Artists: | Website | YouTube | Vimeo |



Must Watch:
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Pour Paintings by Holton Rower
These psychedelic looking paintings are created by Holton Rower. The way they are made is rather simple, it’s exactly what you think, pour layer after layer of coloured paints onto a plywood box. The results are stunning though, and I’ve embedded a nice timelapse video made by Dave Kaufman that shows the creative process in much more detail. Well worth checking out.



Artists: | Website | YouTube | Vimeo |



Must Watch:
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Pour Paintings by Holton Rower
These psychedelic looking paintings are created by Holton Rower. The way they are made is rather simple, it’s exactly what you think, pour layer after layer of coloured paints onto a plywood box. The results are stunning though, and I’ve embedded a nice timelapse video made by Dave Kaufman that shows the creative process in much more detail. Well worth checking out.



Artists: | Website | YouTube | Vimeo |



Must Watch:
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Pour Paintings by Holton Rower

These psychedelic looking paintings are created by Holton Rower. The way they are made is rather simple, it’s exactly what you think, pour layer after layer of coloured paints onto a plywood box. The results are stunning though, and I’ve embedded a nice timelapse video made by Dave Kaufman that shows the creative process in much more detail. Well worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | YouTube | Vimeo |

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