Melting Inkjet Portraits Mutate Human Faces [Pics]

Melting Inkjet Portraits Mutate Human Faces [Pics]
technology

Portland-based artist Ben DeHaan removes UV light from the printing process and then lets the ink run down the image.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 july 2013

Ben DeHaan is an artist based in Portland, Maine who uses a conventional inkjet printer to create a series of melting portraits. His project ‘Uncured’ features a number of unique ultraviolet cured inkjet prints.

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