Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

October 29, 2012 | in Art

French artist Bernard Pras uses in creation of his paintings everything we throw in the trash. The author says he was inspired by Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s work.

This Italian mannerist painter of the sixteenth century, probably was the first one to use in his paintings not only the canvas and paint. In addition to pictures that appear in the Bernard’s mind, he creates original copies of famous Arcimboldo’s paintings, as well as Dali’s, Hiroshige’s and Munch’s. The characteristic of his works is that in addition to the overall image, the eyes involuntary begin to look out for details. Check it yourself if this is true.

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

Anamorphosis Garbage Art of Bernard Pras

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