Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Alexis Duque

There is so much to see and read into Alexis Duque's complex and highly detailed work. Although the sense of oppressiveness brought on through proximity (and the effects of poverty) is definitely present, the beauty of all the contrasting concrete/ethereal forms that the process of personalisation (hope) that human habitation takes is illustrated as well. And that, most of all, is what I'm drawn to in this work.

[images by/belongs to Alexis Duque via his web site]

Visit Alexis's web site for more of his portfolio...

4 comments:

Dyche Designs said...

Amazing work.

Raincloud said...

Incredible. It reminds me some of Jacek Yerka works.

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