Pard Morrison artwork manages to make bizarre settings look aesthetically pleasing. His works add a splash of color to barren landscapes by constructing sculptures that look as they were built with LEGO pieces and placing them obtrusively within his pictures. By careful choice of color and an even more careful placement of his objects, Pard Morrison successfully creates pictures that seem to work even though they technically should not.
Pad Morrison artwork will immediately have audiences wondering what a LEGO-filled world would be like. He takes regular, bland landscapes and small homely structures then adds blocks of connected colors (much like connected LEGO pieces) in arbitrary locations before the photographs are taken. His colors are not totally random; the artist chooses them carefully to adapt to the environment. Imagine short walls or rectangular structures standing upon a vast expansion of brown grass. The splash of color is captivating and one will immediately know that they are viewing a work of art.
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