The textured walls that the artist Loris Cecchini manages to create make partitions look like pools of water.
Titled the 'Wallwave Vibrations,' these unusual sculptures are created first through digital production and then with a polyester resin and applied to the walls. The artist applies the sculptures onto the walls in a way that is virtually seamless and makes it impossible to tell where the sculpture ends and the wall begins. As a result, the sculptures give off the appearance of a liquid forming a variety of shapes that look like strangely patterned ripples in water.
These unusual textured walls reflect various frequencies and vibrations in a way that has not been done before.
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