Hello you! How’s it going? Wowee, that week went flying didn’t it? It kinda seems crazy that last night I was shaking my booty on the east coast and now I’m about to press the publish button back on the west coast. Gah! Kinda makes me dizzy.
So to ease back into things, today I’m gonna share with you the work of French artist Fanette G. who – despite being a young duckling and recent graduate of art school – is already creating outstanding work. The one you see on this post – titled Géometrie de l’impossible – is a mix of photography and art installation. Yup, that’s right, no photoshop involved!
These optical illusions were painted on abandoned buildings and later photographed from different angles to trick your eye into thinking those are 3D object floating in the room. So good! Similar to the creations of Aakash Nihalani but with a different, more modern-art-meets-vintage-interiors approach.
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you painted something like that at home?