April 22, 2013

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Emilie Hugues

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Bernard Pras: 3-Dimensional Anamorphosis

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Bernard Pras is a French artist specialized in creating 3D perspectival anamorphosis. Raised by his grandparents, he spent most of his childhood in their grocery shop, where he started a loving relationship with objects. He picks out very specific objects, chosen to match the meaning of his art piece, and by …

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Bernard Pras is a French artist specialized in creating 3D perspectival anamorphosis. Raised by his grandparents, he spent most of his childhood in their grocery shop, where he started a loving relationship with objects. He picks out very specific objects, chosen to match the meaning of his art piece, and by putting them together in a certain way he recreates famous paintings of known artists like Edward Munch and Vincent Van Gogh, among others. Pras usually makes portraits, and always works on a large and impressive scale. As with George Rousse‘s work, you have to be at a specific angle of view to see and enjoy the image.

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You can see how he builds these portraits in the video below.

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