Art meets Design in 3D

The Canada-based digital artist Jon Rafman wanted to explore ” the line between art and design, in which a great work of art can be reduced to a shrinkwrap or add-on surface and functional objects and spaces elevated to the purposelessness of artwork”.

His new project, called “Brand New Paint Job”, is a series of 3D models, in which he wraps entire rooms in modernist paintings. The photos of the project can be seen at the Armory Show, in New York, from March 6 to March 9.

 

brandnewpaintjob11Lichtenstein Moe’s Tavern

 

monetmasterbedroomMonet master bedroom

 

matiseebabyroomMatisse baby room

 

brandnewpaintjob01Basquiat classroom

 

brandnewpaintjob03Picasso Bed and Breakfast

 

brandnewpaintjob04-1Auerbach train

 

brandnewpaintjob08-1De Kooning hallway

 

brandnewpaintjob09Rousseau study

 

brandnewpaintjob10Keith Haring theatre

 

brandnewpaintjob082Juan Gris study

 

brandnewpaintjob00Keith Haring lobby

 

brandnewpaintjob18Jasper Johns Oval Office

 

brandnewpaintjob17Chuck Close bathroom

 

via my modern met

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