The Virtual Horizons art series may be incredibly simple, but they are also entirely arresting. Each piece is made up of three pieces of paper, two of which make up the backdrop, carefully placed to form the horizon, while the third is turned into a sort of sculpture. They are then photographed. By using three distinctively different colors, the artworks jump right of the screen. When viewed in person, the Virtual Horizons series this three dimensional appeal is made more apparent.
Created by Mowgli Omari, a 21-year-old artist based in South East London, England, the Virtual Horizons art series will appeal to modern art lovers. On a basic level, people will be able to lose themselves in each image to the delight of their imagination.
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