Glance at the Palace 2nd

From: $3,123.86 $2,383.50

Glance at the Palace is an original and curated architecture art collection. Artworks of this collection are all Limited Editions. This collection is currently subject to an interesting discounts.

These are the prints of this collection:

Verderame
Print: Direct Print on Brushed Aluminium, Floater Frame
Material: Brushed Aluminium
Mask
Print: Direct Print on Brushed Aluminium, Floater Frame
Material: Brushed Aluminium, Silver
Desaturated
Print: Solid Wood ArtBox, Ultra HD Print Under Acrylic Glass
Material: Ultra HD Photo Print
Minimal
Print: Aluminium ArtBox, Ultra HD Print Under Acrylic Glass
Material: Ultra HD Photo Print
Redundant
Print: Direct Print on Brushed Aluminium, Floater Frame
Material: Brushed Aluminium
Escape Route
Print: Solid Wood ArtBox, Ultra HD Print Under Acrylic Glass
Material: Ultra HD Photo Print

Buying this collection, From 179 to 332 trees will be planted. More info at Charity Program.

SKU: YDDCOL006-2

Verderame

This building is a convention centre in Rotterdam. It is been destroyed during WW2 and rebuilt between 1962 and 1966. It is geometrically perfect and still calming with its metallic green. That small window within lines breaks the pattern but gives us the impression that everything fits perfectly.

Mask

This building has a mask: its roof. It protects from the elements and gives it a new look. Bricks compose the structure, all aligned together forming a solid pattern. I could say: Woe to those who do not know how to wear their mask, but this building knows how to do it.

Desaturated

This architecture surprises its own desaturated essence with a line pattern. It's trying to express our bad lifelines lighted by short happy blue moments.

Minimal

In this picture, I find easy lines and shapes. They lead me to a point of clear vision that gives me a sense of fullness and calm. It is up to your imagination to find out where those lines drive you.

Redundant

This building agrees with the redundancy of events in the universe. But, it's in contrast with the direct offensive of life against this continuous repetition of events.

Escape Route

We cannot escape challenges either dreams. They overwhelm us without the chance to stop them from changing our life. Should we be open like that window?

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