Sky Drawings Squeeze Into The Negative Space Above Buildings [Pics]

Sky Drawings Squeeze Into The Negative Space Above Buildings [Pics]

Fresh perspective uncovers a surrealist world above our heads.

Ross Brooks
  • 17 april 2014

If you look directly above you in most cities around the world, chances are you will see nothing more than a blue sky and buildings. For some people, like French artist and illustrator Thomas Lamadieu, there is an entire world hidden in those shapes and spaces – all of which come to life in his Sky Art collection shown below.

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