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06 Mar

Last weekend of Miscellaneous at Walls Gallery

A little bit of everything. The Walls Gallery in Amsterdam is closing it's Miscellaneous exhibit this weekend so it's your last chance to check it out. 20 young artists showing their sculputers, paintings, drawings and photo's. Here's a selection of our favorites there. But it's best to at least check out the works below for real, as everything we show in Color Objects looks better in real life or printed full size on your wall. 


Rotganzen (loose translation = damn geese!) is a group of artists who created huge candy sticks that look great, but the ingredients printed on them make you wonder if it's good for you at all: sufla doxam, prospa dhythyl, forfil brozil. All of the sudden the candy store isn't that appealing anymore. (image above)


Silas portraits have a fantasy like effect to them, intentionally surreal but we wonder if his colorblindness also leads to a color choice that looks real to those who see colors normally.


Silas painting


And there is also work by Daan Roukens whom we featured in 2013. The chosen hues are darker than what we showed earlier but the relative positioning still make your eyes wonder across the painting. 


Daan Roukens Abstract Painting Notes To Myself


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Color Objects encourages you to get a better eye and appreciation for colors and characters. To get a special selection of pics and info for you, we find designers and artists that make colorful work from all over the world. There's a lot of character in colors, and having a closer look will change your view of the world and people around you. So we share a host of pics and info from design, art, cultures and the natural world. All about colors.

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