Le insolite sculture di Gilbert Legrand

da | 23/06/2014 | Arte, Creatività

L’artista francese Gilbert Legrand attinge alla sua inesauribile creatività per dipingere su oggetti di uso quotidiano. Aggiungendo viso, braccia e gambe, ecco che un pennello si trasforma in un giovane ragazzo, una sega da falegname in un cagnolino, un cardine in un un buffo esibizionista. A dimostrazione che, quando entra in campo la fantasia, non esistono limiti.

French artist Gilbert Legrand lets his active imagination fly by painting small details onto everyday objects. With the addition of a face, arms and legs, a paintbrush becomes a boy, a spray bottle becomes a rat, and a hinge becomes an exhibitionist. The series demonstrates that power of imagination has no limits.

Gilbert Legrand’s portfolio

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I'm an art director and illustrator based in Granada, Spain. I'm also web developer and blogger. After studying Chemistry at the University I realized that the only thing I liked in the laboratory were colored solutions placed on the selves. So I decided to start studying Art, then Graphic Design and finally Advertising and PR. I'm addicted to any kind of art and creativity. I love photography, music, reading, writing, travelling… and have a passion for languages.

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