The world can be quite a gray place when the neighborhood you live in is composed of concrete buildings which don’t have much color. It might be odd to some people that some buildings still look like they are from back in the 60s. The reality of it is that buildings keep losing their appeal each year as new buildings spring up around them. Putting a vibrant color on an old house isn’t always the clear solution, and it can be quite costly if the house is huge and the budget is small. However, there are other ways to make the world a much more colorful place to live in, and some artists really know how to do it.
Spanish artist Aryz has a style all his own, and to say that his art is small would be to make a huge mistake. The art in itself isn’t exactly the most uplifting, but the style is beautiful and keeps your the dome on top of your head working the data. There is a lot to look at, take in and compute, but the overall feel of the art is that it’s doing its job quite well. The art is not only big, but mega big, and usually it more than takes up whole facade of the buildings that he chooses as subjects for his imagination.
I think it would become a little too much over time to keep looking at these artworks, but initially they are stunning in every way. There is a part of me that wants to think these are photoshopped, but all the data indicates that they are real, authentic, and done on these insanely huge walls and buildings. I wonder what the cost must be like to do these paintings, and how long it takes to create them. If you’re looking for a more artful reality, this is totally it and as mentioned before, you’ll have a lot to look at.