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Artist Lauren Dicioccio’s color codification dot drawings 
To make each painting, she lays a sheet of frosted mylar over a magazine page and then assigns a color to every letter (numbers are shades of grayscale) and applies tiny dots of paint over every character on the page according to the color-code. Making the paintings is a lot like solving a cryptogram and the result is a legible blur of dots in the form of the article’s layout, a kind of Braille for the color-inclined.
A article from Vogue magazine can be seen above. 

accidentalism:

Artist Lauren Dicioccio’s color codification dot drawings 

To make each painting, she lays a sheet of frosted mylar over a magazine page and then assigns a color to every letter (numbers are shades of grayscale) and applies tiny dots of paint over every character on the page according to the color-code. Making the paintings is a lot like solving a cryptogram and the result is a legible blur of dots in the form of the article’s layout, a kind of Braille for the color-inclined.

article from Vogue magazine can be seen above. 

(via swollen-eyelids)

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