No two coloured tiles are made adjacent in this piece. The colours were applied in a very different method: The main colour of a tile was determined by the number of adjacent tiles it had. This was then blended into from the sides that had an adjacent tile with a colour that corresponded to the number of sides that the adjacent side itself had.
This idea came from the piece I did based off of ‘Black Square and Red Square’ by Kazimir Malevich. I liked the way in which I had tried bleeding the colours together, and it broke up the monotonous uniform that has often cropped up in recent paintings.
The source image is again that of Victoria station.
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