German creative duo Low Bros produced yet another retro-futuristic art exhibition that debuted at the Mirus Gallery in San Francisco, California. Dubbed '98 Windows,' the mixed media paintings are an intricate commentary on how technology has affected the user and shaped him in the context of today. The pieces entertain a vibrant and colorful aesthetic with strong ties to suggestive dynamics and abstract shapes.
The retro-futuristic art exhibition perfectly blurs the line between the past and present in technology, shaping a coherent but conceptually complex path of development. A lot of the paintings in Low Bros' lineup welcome the vintage aesthetic of old computer displays with their multiple dimensional surfaces and the small "x" detailing.
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