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Artist Fills Paris' Negative Space with Whimsical Illustrations

Artist Fills Paris' Negative Space with Whimsical Illustrations

When you're surrounded by buildings on all sides, what do you see? In his SkyArt series, French artist Lamadieu Thomas gives us his answer. He takes claustrophobia-inducing photographs of urban landscapes through a fish-eye lens, framing the sky with rooftops and filling the negative space with playful illustrations. Thomas describes his whimsical approach to art as an attempt to show "what we can construct with a boundless imagination" and "a different perception of urban architecture and the everyday environment around us." To see more from the collection, continue after the break.

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Cite: Jennifer Whelan. "Artist Fills Paris' Negative Space with Whimsical Illustrations" 09 May 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/503695/artist-fills-paris-negative-space-with-whimsical-illustrations/> ISSN 0719-8884
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