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Faux Skyline Exhibits
The Leandro Erlich Single Cloud Collection Mimics the Sky

By: Jordy Eleni (Superstar) Mar 16, 13

The Leandro Erlich Single Cloud Collection mimics the outline of the sky by way of layered glass. The thin see-through pieces have been made on behalf of the Buenes Aires-based designer who has herein delivered a three-dimensional installation.

Erlich applied acrylics to his glass planes. It is in this way that he depicted the fluffy quality of clouds, apparent here though it is beyond the reach of the transparent materials. Interestingly, while his exhibit appears to have depth and shape, it is nonetheless illusory. This surreal quality, bound up so magnificently in the Single Cloud Collection, is one that is unique to Erlich’s style as he is known to deliberately manipulate the senses of his audiences.

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