Industrial designer and artist Christopher Derek Bruno plays with geometric shapes to create visually striking artwork that revolve around texture as much as it does familiar forms of cubes, triangles and more. Although each piece is often colored in with primary and secondary hues, they are muted enough to sink into the whole rather than stand out like a sore thumb.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Christopher Derek Bruno appears to have an affinity for elementary concepts including color theory and geometry. Nevertheless, his artworks are far from basic. The depth and intricacy he creates with each one is very impressive. The use of walnut wood heightens the aesthetic as well for an even more sophisticated finish.