Street Art by Aakash Nihalani Makes a Statement

By: Kevin Young - Published: Apr 18, 2012 • References: aakashnihalani & visualnews
The striking street art creations by Aakash Nihalani looks so surreal some will be fooled into thinking that these images are digitally manipulated.

This artist takes over urban spaces and alters the scenery by using florescent geometric illusions. Nihalani uses bright neon tape that's fixated onto walls, doors and buildings to create drastic, eye-catching shapes that'll grab a whole lot of attention. In most of his work, he highlights the perimeters of doors, which gives it a three-dimensional perception. Floating rectangles and squares seem almost unreal in this collection of city landscapes.

Aakash Nihalani uses his gut instincts and alters nifty spaces on the dot. His designs are simple, yet striking to the eye; the aim is to have fun with his work and to reel people out of their mundane lives and provide them with a bit of color and jolt. Stats for Jolting Floating Geometric Art (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Average
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