These Drew Tyndell architectural artworks are constructed from reclaimed wooden materials. The Atlanta-based artist takes inspiration from his father who worked as an architect.
Tyndell uses timber and other wood scraps, perfecting them into simple geometric shapes and then painting them. The artist takes his customized pieces, layering them together into architecture-inspired compositions that are both colorful and fun.
Reminiscent of simplified structure models, these Drew Tyndell architectural artworks appear multi-dimensional despite their 2D forms. From his use of bright colors and common geometries to the complexity of his layered shapes, these collages are nostalgic while showcasing contemporary design concepts. Fusing aesthetics with environmentally responsibility design, the artworks mimic puzzles that are pieced together from a multitude of important elements that work to enhance one another.
Color-Blocked Wood Collages
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