Artist Daniel Zeller creates a beautiful, creepy-looking shadow canvas from his favourite scene in the game Limbo.
The canvas is lit from behind by using a series of very small lamps in order to cast shadows on to the canvas. This piece of art is created by cutting out paper silhouettes and placing them between the light and the canvas so that the shadows almost look painted on to the canvas.
Dark and disturbing is something that is a running theme throughout the game Limbo, and that theme is definetly present within this picture frame.
If you are afraid of spiders or get a friend over for coffee who is, you can always turn off the light behind the canvas making only the non-scary parts visible.
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