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Artists as Interior Designers
Imagine rooms and public spaces designed by some of the world's famous artists. What would they look like?
Close your eyes and imagine a world where your favorite artists aren't painters or sculptors or graffiti masters. Instead, the likes of Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein and Henri Matisse are designers, adorning interior spaces with their electric styles. Forget canvases or clay — in this alternate universe, famous artists work on any room or wall they can get their hands on. And the results are completely mesmerizing.
Alas, this colorful world is not real. It exists only in the mind of Jon Rafman, a Canadian artist who turns amateur three-dimensional models collected from Google 3D Warehouse into digital temples to various art history greats. From movie theaters to doctors' offices to living rooms to the insides of pubs, Rafman wall-papers these rooms with the iconic imagery of Mark Rothko and Jasper Johns. Behold, "Brand New Paint Job".
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Source: Huffington Post