Abstract mural transforms the building facade into a digital landscape

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Polish artist Bartek ÅšwiÄ…tecki, aka Pener, is one of many artists using their talents to transform building facades into public works of art. Recently he finished his last mural in Olsztyn, Poland. Entitled Earth mirror, this vibrant blue and green paint represents a fascinating fusion of geometric shapes and airplanes.

Like the Futurists, Pener uses overlapping shapes, some transparent and others opaque, to create a sense of movement in his work. It is inspired by the digital world and uses a modern architectural style to capture its dynamism on a large scale. By superimposing structural shapes in an ambiguous space, he explores the face of virtual reality.

Plus, the placement of his murals also adds to their impact. Earth mirror, for example, is set in a landscape that contrasts the digital colors and lines of the installation. This not only underscores the idea behind Pener’s work, but also highlights his masterful execution of the illusory design.

You can purchase prints through Pener’s online store and keep up to date with the artist’s latest projects by following him on Instagram.

Polish artist Bartek ÅšwiÄ…tecki, aka Pener, made a new mural in Olsztyn, Poland called Earth mirror.

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It features an abstract painting of manipulated geometric shapes and a bold blue and green color palette.

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“Pener” Bartek ÅšwiÄ…tecki: Website | Facebook | Instagram

My Modern Met has granted permission to show photos of Pener Bartek ÅšwiÄ…tecki.

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