Murals

5 Mar 2010

[Image credits: Bente Miltenburg's Flickr]

Bente Miltenburg is a Dutch artist who creates collages and murals, often based on perspective views of rooms. I particularly like these two murals as they look so unusual and would really add depth to the space. The first one creates the illusion of the space extending beyond the wall. I love the vibrant use of colour.

7 comments:

St├ęphanie said...

So nice ! I adore !

Kelley Anne said...

I love the second one especially. It really reminds me of the art deco settings in the Hercule Poirot movies from the 90's on the BBC. You've inspired me so much, I just can't wait until Dan and I have our own house or condo!

Did you like the link? Its always interesting to see what they feature. I think I liked that one in particular because of the things that he's colleted, how he put so much into a small space, and the sailor motifs that he used in the kitchen.

Christina said...

oh, how pretty! I love the 2nd one.

Gina said...

love them!

anne said...

wow! pretty amazing!

Elie's Papel said...

really like the second one... has lots of dimension

emma wallace said...

These are amazing! Very art deco!

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