Melting Masterpieces, a look at digital works by Alper Dostal
Make sure your art collection is being stored in a climate-controlled storage room otherwise it just might end up like the ones below. Alper Dostal is an artist and designer based in Vienna who works often in 3D modeling. “I would describe my work as aesthetical, a little bit weird, humorous and with a drip of sarcasm but often with a story behind,” says Dostal on his website.
With this set of works, we see many of the art world’s most famous works in a surreal and nightmarish view for any art lover. Work such as ‘The son of man’ by René Magritte, Edvard munch’s ‘the scream,’ Van Gogh’s ‘The starry night,’ and others are seen melting onto the gallery floor in a poodle of color. Alpers’s works look very real at first glance before you notice the dripping paints.
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