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in alessandria, italy, sicilian artist gue has painted this eye-popping 'playground' that plays with the perception of space and shape.

As part of Italian city Alessandria’s redevelopment of its Carlo Carrà Park, Silician artist Gue has transformed its local basketball court into a geometric portrait of artistry. “The idea was born from the possibility of being able to cross the field’s space,” says Gue, “and to stay inside the composition and change the perception of …

Basketball Court in Italy Gets Transformed With Eye-Popping Geometric Designs

Pigalle Duperré | New Grids

Ill-Studio has collaborated with Pigalle to create a basketball court named Pigalle Duperré between a row of buildings in the arrondissement of Paris

Camille Walala x Natuzzi at London Design festival 2016.

Camille Walala x Natuzzi at London Design festival 2016. -

Camille Walala 's colourful crossing for the London Design festival

8,349 vind-ik-leuks, 75 reacties - HYPE Courts (@hypecourts) op Instagram: '#hypecourts: New vibes on the Pigalle court Photo: @alexpenfornis'

paris' pigalle basketball court canvassed in a gradient of smooth, iridescent hues -Ill studio

Polish artist Adam Kalinowski, has created an interactive art piece named ‘The Dream City’. Made from 30 tons of colored sand and plywood, it was installed in Doha, Qatar.:

Polish artist Adam Kalinowski, has created an interactive art piece named ‘The Dream City’. Made from 30 tons of colored sand and plywood, it was installed in Doha, Qatar.

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Abstract painter William LaChance designs St Louis basketball court for Project Backboard

Resultado de imagem para Christo Guelov

Colorful And Artistic Crosswalks Are Showing Up On The Streets Of Madrid

katrien vanderlinden basket court belgica loqueva

Belgian basketball court refreshed with mural based on colourful toy blocks

“Playground” by GUE in Alessandria, Italy. This installation carries on GUE his research on shapes and colors. He decided to use the colors that can be found in the color palette of the basketball courts, combining them to give the possibility of an easy reading of the game’s schemes. The artwork is a tribute to Carlo Carrà, futurist artist, who was born in Alessandria. Pictures by Ugo Galassi. https://www.facebook.com/gummygue | https://www.behance.net/thegummygue

gue turns a basketball court in italy into a labyrinth of lines and colors

in alessandria, italy, sicilian artist gue has painted this eye-popping 'playground' that plays with the perception of space and shape.