Oscar Santillan: Daybreak, visual installation
South American artist Oscar Santillan plays with shadows as his artwork focuses on creating ornate window installation right on the wall of the gallery.
The installation entitled Daybreak is created through a sanding process where the artist sands paint off the wall and uses the powder that falls off to create the floor shadow replica. This technique is not only clever, but it is an extremely simple and effective way to make use of as little material as possible.
His work plays with optical illusions as well as with light, shadows and perspective. The results are beautiful and intricate windows, that would most likely be seen in cathedrals. Just like the way sun and light shines through windows and emanates a shadow, Oscar Santillan effectively accomplishes this with his beautiful pieces
good god get away those thoughts that make me feel like nothing truly makes me happy lol
i think i can fend them off but the fact that i even have to makes me wonder if i’m living life the way i want to or if i need to change my perspective. sadly that is easier said than done but what’s self improvement if it comes easy?
i hate when multiple people are mad at me and i can’t figure out if it’s coincidental or if i’m just a fucked up person.
|—||Neil Strauss (via 13neighbors)|
"The hardest thing to do is to be true to yourself, especially when everybody is watching."
Fisheye Plaza España / Ciudad de Mendoza, Mza, Argentina.
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The Last Billboard
A 36-foot-long billboard located at the corner of Highland and Baum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Every month, a different individual is invited to take over the billboard to broadcast personalized messages, which are spelt out using wooden letters that are changed by hand.
you can follow its tumblr here.
Luka, 8 weeks. <3
wire sculptures by gavin worth