Japanese artist Yuki Matsueda creates fascinating art where works pop out of frames and box enclosures, seemingly coming close to penetrating the viewer’s space.
His works are a combination of 3D sculptures and paintings. Commonly known items, such as exit icons, playing cards, and even eggs are manipulated to look like one part is separated from the other.
A central theme of Matseuda’s work seems to be about ‘escape’, and it seems to show a certain type of rebelliousness where an object is trying to ‘run away’.
View some of his sleek and hyper-realistic work below:
[via Visual News]