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Phil Hansen is a multimedia artist who works with a combination of traditional art, pointillism, and offbeat techniques. phil uses media that connect to the subject matter, such as karate chops, paint balls, match sticks, tricycle wheel imprints, burger grease, and worms.
During high school, phil's obsession with the style of pointillism resulted in permanent nerve damage. Out of frustration, Hansen left art and art school... but NOT FOR LONG. after speaking to his neurologist, HE decided to explore other forms of art (both two- and three-dimensional).
Hansen's breakthrough piece was a time-lapse video of a two-day project called "Influence " (Click here to watch the video). He painted thirty pictures on his torso, one over the other, each picture representing an influence in his life. After it was completed, he peeled the layer off and cut a silhouette of his own profile. as of the date of this post The uploaded video was streamed almost two million times on the Web, with process and final piece clearly revealed.