Vladislav Novikov-Barkovsky Creates Creepy Faces in the Wind

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Jan 6, 2011   Updated: Aug 10 2011 • References: manmadecreation
Wind Dance by Vladislav Novikov-Barkovsky is a surreal look at faces in mid-air.

Using his creative abilities, Vladislav has made some whimsical and creepy faces that resemble bodiless ghosts floating through the air. He shows interactions between people and nature in this peculiar piece.

The faces almost resemble nightmares in a dream world. We're not sure where Vladislav got the inspiration for this freaky wind swept art, but the images are truly captivating.

Implications - Consumers in modern society are no longer looking for subdued artistic statements. Darker designs allows buyers to differentiate themselves from the more commonly obtainable art work. Artists should focus more on creating statement-making pieces and to create a bolder design aesthetic to draw more buyers in. Stats for Wind-Wisped Sculptures Trending: Older & Buzzing
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