Damien Hamon Creates Stunning Shadows with a Simple Foundation

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Feb 7, 2012 • References: &
Sometimes the most complex designs arise from the simplest foundations, and that is exactly what Damien Hamon's newest art piece draws on. His Cube Portraits resemble stacked cubes when stripped down to its core.

The cubes are then cut out in abstract ways to create amazing dimensions and shadows. Damien Hamon clearly shows a stunning talent for seeing past the monotony and digging deeper in order to create designs that push the limits on creativity. My favorite thing about his Cube Portraits are the contrast between the neutrality of the wood and the warm pink of the interior. Having a Damien Hamon piece like this in your home would make a statement that your tastes are both refined and experimental.

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