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As noticeable from my posts this week, I’ve been recently obsessing over art in which the primary element is color. Markus Linnenbrink, a German installation artist and sculptor, creates his art through a process filled with watered-down pigments, resin, and a sharp eye for color harmony. A majority of his artistic works fill public spaces and galleries entirely: coating each wall (and sometimes floor and ceiling) in a myriad of colorful lines and paint drips. 

To find more about Linnenbrink and his work, visit his website

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