Time is relevant and time is liquid. That’s a well known value to the German artist Michel Lamoller, who translated it into a beautiful mixed media project.
Pieteke Korte presents a series of soft-seated side tables for his graduate project in Man and Identity studies at the Design Academy Eindhoven.
Rebel Walls is a Swedish wallpaper brand that aims to think outside the four walls. Its founders Irene and Christopher use digital printers to create large scale renderings of textures they find in nature and even from their industrial surroundings.
This amazing glass Farmhouse is located in the town of Schijndel, Netherlands. The trompe l’oeil exterior is printed glass with the motive of a typical local farm; 1,6 times larger than life. Architecture agency MVRDV in collaboration with Frank van der Salm, who
Madrileños creative group Boamistura recently completed a series of anamorphosis (trompe l’oeil) walls with this brilliant street art participative project in Vila Brâsilandia, one of São Paulo’s favela. The project focused on
I am sure you have already noticed our appreciation for the art of Trompe L’oeil, especially in open public spaces. This is an ongoing series of constructed photographs, by Zander Olsen, rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales,involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material…
Here is the work of British artist James Hopkins who is currently based in London, and graduated from the University of London in fine arts about 10 years ago. I love his Vanitas series of trompe l’oeil perspectives transforming every day objects on shelves into artwork looking like skulls. Makes me think of the work…
A while ago we reviewed Swiss artist Felice Varni’s trompe l’oeil work. Well his inspiration comes from the master of trompe l’oeil art, French artist/photographer Georges Rousse who invented ‘Geometrism’ in space. There are no accidents in his work. Everything is planned, from its very inception to the final snapshot.
Well if you have not yet guessed, we are super fans of Bela Borsodi. This is the third consecutive month we have featured something of his esteemed collection. I am absolutely fascinated by this Trompe L’oeil series, titled “Alphabets”, playing on the negative space of
I am totally fascinated by Swiss Trompe L’oeil artist Felice Varini whom I just discovered.Don’t be fooled by your first perception of this work. These are not photo rendered images, it is master craft! He has worked on many interior spaces and exterior spaces which are even harder to believe. Varini’s work is comes together in full in only one exact point where the entire geometric calculation…