As printers, we clearly have a soft spot for CMYK. (Printing presses print full color pictures by using CMYK in a “subtractive” process where various inks absorb the light reflected from the underlying white paper to produce the colors that your eye sees. The colors that you see are those colors which were not absorbed by the ink.)

However, we are not alone in our love for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (Black). More and more graphic artists are producing art using the color model as their inspiration, pairing the bright colors in eye-catching ways. We scoured the Web and found these eight examples of CMYK-inspired art to dazzle your retinas. Check them out below.

 CMYK by Wisseh

CMYK by Wisseh

CoMunYKacion

CoMunYKacion

Armour by Mona On Deviant

Armour by Mona On Deviant

A Tribute To CMYK  by Frosty 47

A Tribute To CMYK by Frosty 47

CMYK_by Headphones Plugged

CMYK_by Headphones Plugged

CMYK by Spinx Sage

CMYK by Spinx Sage

Sesiones CMYK by Atix Vector

Sesiones CMYK by Atix Vector

CMYK by DERT

CMYK by DERT

 

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