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Poland-based architecture student Maja Wrońska attending Warsaw University of Technology, has been drawing buildings and castles since she was a little girl. Poland’s skill requirements for architectural school prompted Maja to attend drawing classes, which changed her attitude towards drawing and gave her inspiration as a developing artist. She has captured some lovely scenes from Paris, Venice, New York, Prague, Istanbul, Krakow and elsewhere. Her level of talent and detailing are beyond outstanding. Check out more of her paintings here. [Via Deviant Art]
We recently featured a piece of street art by Adam Łokuciejewski and Szymon Czarnowski of two scared electric boxes. Well this time, Adam sent us his latest piece in Olsztyn, Poland, named “Cube“, he describes it as a geometric abstraction concept. The 3-surface “cube” is integrated within a rusty dented surface, creating a 3D illusion on the metal plane with a synthetic, minimal form and a little artificial perspective.
A very simple yet expressive street art in the city of Olsztyn, Poland by Adam Łokuciejewski and Szymon Czarnowski. The artists animated two electric boxes as terrified beings hugging each other out of worry and fear. The simple stick-man style of lines is what gave it a cartoonish feel. It’s true that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.