Thursday, February 17, 2011

Georges Rousse

I know that this image just looks like a Photoshop trick, but what if I told you that this photograph hasn't been manipulated? It's the work of French photographer Georges Rousse, who takes three-dimensional spaces and paints them to look like flat color. For each work, there's a single vantage point where the perspective aligns itself completely and the result is what you see in these photographs.

Those last two images really do a good job of showing both the complete, single-vantage-point image as well as the way that one of these pieces might look from another point in the room. And if you need any more convincing of how these installations work, check out the trailer below.

(Via Pitch Design Union and jeepneypics)

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