Multicolored Monolith

Combining various perspectives and bold, bright colors, Lee Baker created his installation entitled “Refractive Monolith”, displaying the tense relationship between urbanization and culture. Ten thousand metres of yarn allude to the weak infrastructure of buildings. The intense hues aim to communicate security and happiness but the grey backdrop represents the ominous darkness that may lie ahead. Stunning photos are below and make sure to watch a timelapse of the building process at the end.

Photos via Baker’s website and here.

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Categories: Art, Cool, Misc., Photography

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One Comment on “Multicolored Monolith”

  1. May 28, 2012 at 2:33 pm #

    Reblogged this on urbanculturalstudies.

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