And here’s the guy who made them:
Vincent Castiglia, who explains that he uses his own blood as a “actual transference of flesh and blood to each work.”
He begins in the privacy of his own study, sketching the first layer with pen or graphite, then painting over it with his blood.
They’re part of a show called “Resurrection,” at Sacred Gallery in New York through Oct. 31.
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