asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen
asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen
asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen
asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen
asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen
asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen
asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen
asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen
asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen
asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations
Marker Installations by Heike Weber 
 Raumarbeite: utopia  2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!
Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen

asylum-art:

3d Marker Drawn Murals and Impressive Installations

Marker Installations by Heike Weber

Raumarbeite: utopia 2007, paintmarker on polystyrol, videoloop 465 x 465 x 270 cm, Transfer Türkiye-NRW, Museum Bochum

Germany-based artist Heike Weber needs only two tools in her work: permanent markers and endless patience. The artist decorates large spaces by tracing thousands of loopy lines on the walls, floor, and sometimes even the ceiling. Some of her installations measure around 5000 ft!

Heike starts her work by drawing the pattern on a sheet of paper, and then transfers it onto the surface. By carefully adjusting the white spaces, she gives a feeling as if the room is swirling. Aren’t you getting dizzy just looking at them?

photo: Carl-Victor Dahmen

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Depolarized
visuals by Skyler Brownmusic by Brian Parkhurstarm movements by Caitlin Lukasiewicz
view the full film on vimeo or youtube skylerbrownart:

Depolarized
visuals by Skyler Brownmusic by Brian Parkhurstarm movements by Caitlin Lukasiewicz
view the full film on vimeo or youtube skylerbrownart:

Depolarized
visuals by Skyler Brownmusic by Brian Parkhurstarm movements by Caitlin Lukasiewicz
view the full film on vimeo or youtube skylerbrownart:

Depolarized
visuals by Skyler Brownmusic by Brian Parkhurstarm movements by Caitlin Lukasiewicz
view the full film on vimeo or youtube skylerbrownart:

Depolarized
visuals by Skyler Brownmusic by Brian Parkhurstarm movements by Caitlin Lukasiewicz
view the full film on vimeo or youtube skylerbrownart:

Depolarized
visuals by Skyler Brownmusic by Brian Parkhurstarm movements by Caitlin Lukasiewicz
view the full film on vimeo or youtube skylerbrownart:

Depolarized
visuals by Skyler Brownmusic by Brian Parkhurstarm movements by Caitlin Lukasiewicz
view the full film on vimeo or youtube

skylerbrownart:

Depolarized

visuals by Skyler Brown
music by Brian Parkhurst
arm movements by Caitlin Lukasiewicz

view the full film on vimeo or youtube

asylum-art:

Window Silhouettes Illusions by artist Pejac
As we recently talked about his outdoor creations, here is this time by a series of artist Pejac made ​​indoors, offering a simple brush with the inclusion of beautiful silhouettes on windows. Simple designs, beautifully made​​… asylum-art:

Window Silhouettes Illusions by artist Pejac
As we recently talked about his outdoor creations, here is this time by a series of artist Pejac made ​​indoors, offering a simple brush with the inclusion of beautiful silhouettes on windows. Simple designs, beautifully made​​… asylum-art:

Window Silhouettes Illusions by artist Pejac
As we recently talked about his outdoor creations, here is this time by a series of artist Pejac made ​​indoors, offering a simple brush with the inclusion of beautiful silhouettes on windows. Simple designs, beautifully made​​… asylum-art:

Window Silhouettes Illusions by artist Pejac
As we recently talked about his outdoor creations, here is this time by a series of artist Pejac made ​​indoors, offering a simple brush with the inclusion of beautiful silhouettes on windows. Simple designs, beautifully made​​… asylum-art:

Window Silhouettes Illusions by artist Pejac
As we recently talked about his outdoor creations, here is this time by a series of artist Pejac made ​​indoors, offering a simple brush with the inclusion of beautiful silhouettes on windows. Simple designs, beautifully made​​… asylum-art:

Window Silhouettes Illusions by artist Pejac
As we recently talked about his outdoor creations, here is this time by a series of artist Pejac made ​​indoors, offering a simple brush with the inclusion of beautiful silhouettes on windows. Simple designs, beautifully made​​… asylum-art:

Window Silhouettes Illusions by artist Pejac
As we recently talked about his outdoor creations, here is this time by a series of artist Pejac made ​​indoors, offering a simple brush with the inclusion of beautiful silhouettes on windows. Simple designs, beautifully made​​… asylum-art:

Window Silhouettes Illusions by artist Pejac
As we recently talked about his outdoor creations, here is this time by a series of artist Pejac made ​​indoors, offering a simple brush with the inclusion of beautiful silhouettes on windows. Simple designs, beautifully made​​…

asylum-art:

Window Silhouettes Illusions by artist Pejac

As we recently talked about his outdoor creations, here is this time by a series of artist Pejac made ​​indoors, offering a simple brush with the inclusion of beautiful silhouettes on windows. Simple designs, beautifully made​​…

asylum-art:

Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques: Goldfishes , 2014
Goldfishes’ is a triptik. 24K gold plated, ultramarine blue painted, 3D printed resin.
Linlin and Pierre-Yves are experts artists in the fields of Digital Creation and Visual 3D Production. Their beautiful organic sculptures are realised through a joint creative process which is core to the couple. Each piece resonates with meaning: one can see both Chinese and French cultural references in their intriguing artworks. The artists’ interests and inspirations intertwine in works of art that pay homage to wisdom, the natural world and human emotions. Their work is also infused with the ambiance of Paris, where they spend most of their time. There is an interplay between the harmony of nature and the vibrancy of life in the motley capital of France. The artists’ aim is to entice those who view their artworks, luring them in until they are enraptured and give in to the process of introspection that their art inspires. One cannot help but be drawn to these intriguing sculptures, and this is reflected in the success that Linlin and Pierre-Yves have enjoyed around over the world over the past few years.
asylum-art:

Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques: Goldfishes , 2014
Goldfishes’ is a triptik. 24K gold plated, ultramarine blue painted, 3D printed resin.
Linlin and Pierre-Yves are experts artists in the fields of Digital Creation and Visual 3D Production. Their beautiful organic sculptures are realised through a joint creative process which is core to the couple. Each piece resonates with meaning: one can see both Chinese and French cultural references in their intriguing artworks. The artists’ interests and inspirations intertwine in works of art that pay homage to wisdom, the natural world and human emotions. Their work is also infused with the ambiance of Paris, where they spend most of their time. There is an interplay between the harmony of nature and the vibrancy of life in the motley capital of France. The artists’ aim is to entice those who view their artworks, luring them in until they are enraptured and give in to the process of introspection that their art inspires. One cannot help but be drawn to these intriguing sculptures, and this is reflected in the success that Linlin and Pierre-Yves have enjoyed around over the world over the past few years.
asylum-art:

Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques: Goldfishes , 2014
Goldfishes’ is a triptik. 24K gold plated, ultramarine blue painted, 3D printed resin.
Linlin and Pierre-Yves are experts artists in the fields of Digital Creation and Visual 3D Production. Their beautiful organic sculptures are realised through a joint creative process which is core to the couple. Each piece resonates with meaning: one can see both Chinese and French cultural references in their intriguing artworks. The artists’ interests and inspirations intertwine in works of art that pay homage to wisdom, the natural world and human emotions. Their work is also infused with the ambiance of Paris, where they spend most of their time. There is an interplay between the harmony of nature and the vibrancy of life in the motley capital of France. The artists’ aim is to entice those who view their artworks, luring them in until they are enraptured and give in to the process of introspection that their art inspires. One cannot help but be drawn to these intriguing sculptures, and this is reflected in the success that Linlin and Pierre-Yves have enjoyed around over the world over the past few years.
asylum-art:

Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques: Goldfishes , 2014
Goldfishes’ is a triptik. 24K gold plated, ultramarine blue painted, 3D printed resin.
Linlin and Pierre-Yves are experts artists in the fields of Digital Creation and Visual 3D Production. Their beautiful organic sculptures are realised through a joint creative process which is core to the couple. Each piece resonates with meaning: one can see both Chinese and French cultural references in their intriguing artworks. The artists’ interests and inspirations intertwine in works of art that pay homage to wisdom, the natural world and human emotions. Their work is also infused with the ambiance of Paris, where they spend most of their time. There is an interplay between the harmony of nature and the vibrancy of life in the motley capital of France. The artists’ aim is to entice those who view their artworks, luring them in until they are enraptured and give in to the process of introspection that their art inspires. One cannot help but be drawn to these intriguing sculptures, and this is reflected in the success that Linlin and Pierre-Yves have enjoyed around over the world over the past few years.
asylum-art:

Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques: Goldfishes , 2014
Goldfishes’ is a triptik. 24K gold plated, ultramarine blue painted, 3D printed resin.
Linlin and Pierre-Yves are experts artists in the fields of Digital Creation and Visual 3D Production. Their beautiful organic sculptures are realised through a joint creative process which is core to the couple. Each piece resonates with meaning: one can see both Chinese and French cultural references in their intriguing artworks. The artists’ interests and inspirations intertwine in works of art that pay homage to wisdom, the natural world and human emotions. Their work is also infused with the ambiance of Paris, where they spend most of their time. There is an interplay between the harmony of nature and the vibrancy of life in the motley capital of France. The artists’ aim is to entice those who view their artworks, luring them in until they are enraptured and give in to the process of introspection that their art inspires. One cannot help but be drawn to these intriguing sculptures, and this is reflected in the success that Linlin and Pierre-Yves have enjoyed around over the world over the past few years.

asylum-art:

Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques: Goldfishes , 2014

Goldfishes’ is a triptik.
24K gold plated, ultramarine blue painted, 3D printed resin.

Linlin and Pierre-Yves are experts artists in the fields of Digital Creation and Visual 3D Production. Their beautiful organic sculptures are realised through a joint creative process which is core to the couple. Each piece resonates with meaning: one can see both Chinese and French cultural references in their intriguing artworks. The artists’ interests and inspirations intertwine in works of art that pay homage to wisdom, the natural world and human emotions. Their work is also infused with the ambiance of Paris, where they spend most of their time. There is an interplay between the harmony of nature and the vibrancy of life in the motley capital of France. The artists’ aim is to entice those who view their artworks, luring them in until they are enraptured and give in to the process of introspection that their art inspires. One cannot help but be drawn to these intriguing sculptures, and this is reflected in the success that Linlin and Pierre-Yves have enjoyed around over the world over the past few years.

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Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)
Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.
You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.
Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.

asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska (takmaj)

Artist on tumblr | on deviantART| Facebook | on Behance

Maja Wrońska is a polish artist capable of bewitching people with her incredibly accurate watercolor paintings. Her works of art are magical and go from country to country, catching the right moment on canvas, like a photograph realized in every detail with watercolor.

You can have the sensation of travelling just by looking at her paintings. Through her eyes, you see what particular moment Wrońska wanted to capture and bring back home with her. Switching from one to another, you can find yourself in Paris, sitting on a bench near the Eiffel Tower reading a book as the sky colors itself with yellowish, and then move on to the grey Brooklyn, maybe after having a quick look at colorful Barcelona or gloomy Shanghai.

Wrońska’s art is like a traveler’s suitcase: filled with precious memories from some of the most beautiful cities of the world. Every painting has a particular something, like a tired hawker or a crowd of noisy kids, that brings them alive. It’s really easy to dream with your eyes open when staring at her artwork, for you lose yourself in a trail of wishes.



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asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 
asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 
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Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 
asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 
asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 
asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 
asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 
asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 
asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 
asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations
Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London. Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines. In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours. She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 

asylum-art:

Malika Favre illusrations

Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London.
Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines.
In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours.
She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci. 

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