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London-based Street Artist Perspicere creates installation art pieces with thread, built up in layers to give it dimension. He has a talent for conjuring ghost-like portraits on canvasses and on the street using a technique not known or mastered by many. Wound in complex and individual patterns, the subject in each artwork emerges upward and outward toward you, even though they are necessarily anchored.


Once relegated to the realms of DIY, or crafting, string art has also gained recognition and acceptance as a legitimate art form in contemporary art circles as artists push the boundaries of the medium, experimenting with various materials, techniques, and concepts. Much like its brother Graffiti, whether string art is considered “high art” or not largely depends on the individual and the context in which it is presented. 


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