In Óskar Jónasson’s film Reykjavik-Rotterdam, a painting by Jackson Pollock plays a marginal but hilarious role.
The pictures in this post are inspired by drip-art and action painting.
They are not quite up to Pollock’s standard, but I must say I like them.
Of course they are not paintings, but landscape closeups taken off the coast of Westman Islands.
The artist? Hard to say, but at least partially responsible are the doves.