B-Side by Khruangbin and Leon Bridges
Ink Experiment is a project directed by Mark Boey that has garnered a lot of attention for its innovative use of ink experiments in art. The project has given the team a lot of freedom to explore and experiment with different techniques for applying ink in creative and unconventional ways to create stunning works of art.
Ink has long been used by artists to push the boundaries of traditional art forms and to explore new artistic possibilities. This project takes this approach to a whole new level by exploring various techniques and ink formulations to create unique and breathtaking artwork.
We use a variety of techniques to apply ink, including brushwork, splattering, dripping, and stamping. We also experiment with different ink formulations, such as water-based or oil-based inks, or mixing inks with other materials to create different effects. This approach allows the team to create an almost infinite range of textures, tones, and colours that can be used to express their creativity in truly unique ways.
While AI technology has made tremendous strides in recent years, some of the results achieved through ink experiments are simply impossible to replicate through digital means. The level of complexity and nuance achieved in these artworks is truly mind-blowing and can only be fully appreciated in person.
Overall, the Experiment is a testament to the power of experimentation and creativity in the world of art. By embracing new techniques and materials, artists can continue to push the boundaries of what is possible and inspire others to do the same. With the help of a talented team and an innovative approach to ink experimentation, Mark Boey and his colleagues have created a truly remarkable project that is sure to inspire art lovers around the world.
Director – Philip Andelman