Some people use brushes, some use pens but this artist's tool of choice is a syringe! New Yorker Bradley Hart injects acrylic paint into bubble wrap to create hypnotizing artworks that look like paintings from the Impressionist era. Bubble wrap, which is Hart's canvas of choice, was actually invented to be used as a wallpaper. It takes him as many as 2,500 syringes to complete one painting. Each of these paintings has two sides. The cleaner side looks like a pixelated piece while the the droopier side features the Impressionism-style work.