Forget shading with pencils, paints, charcoals and all the other media artists use to get their works on paper. In fact, Bashir Sultani doesn't need paper at all. All he needs is a table, salt, a razor blade and a few Q tips, and he can concoct alarmingly realistic portraits of pop culture icons and celebrities. A portrait of Al Pacino made of a grainy white substance? Oh, the irony. [My Modern Met]