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While most of the people are just staring the buildings and the clear blue sky when walking, French artist Thomas Lamadieu sees a blank canvas. What do we mean by that? Well, Lamadieu creates wonderful illustrations that make use of the space between buildings. In his entitled project Sky Art, he first photographs elements of the built environment, and then later on fills up the negative space surrounding the buildings with his line drawings. Simple line drawings portraying a man with a beard, eating his dinner or holding a raining cloud, a chicken playing a guitar, or even an owl with a stretched out neck that are visually striking against the colourful photographs. Lamadieu invites you to use your imaginations and see the world from a different perspective.

My artistic aim is to show a ifferent perception of urban architecture and the everyday environment around us, what we can construct with a boundless imagination.

There’s not much one can find out about Thomas Lamadieu aside from the fact he is a talented illustrator coming from France who loves to experiment with photography, colours and paintings.

images source: tlamadieu.wix.com

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