Monday, March 7, 2011

Art + Interiors: Virtual Landscaping [Jonathan Zawada]

Good Morning everyone, I hope you had a beautiful weekend. Mine consisted of much food, wine and some much needed quality time with friends, family and of course, my man. For me there is nothing that brightens my world more than connecting with the ones I love. Speaking of brightening my world... 

I'm loving these conceptual landscapes by artist Jonathan Zawada. Zawada's process is as intriguing as the works themselves. Each piece is derived from a line graph comparing information found through online searches of parallels in the online world and the real world. He then used 3D modeling software to transform the graphs into Mountain Ranges. 
I love the dreamlike palettes and complimentary hues set within the multi-faceted Mountain tops...

Chair, and tables via architonic, pendant via abchome, purple pillow and yellow pillow via burke decor, bedding via crate&barrel, blue pillow via howkapow, watercolored chair via anthropologie, irregular object via phillip low
I love the way all the irregular shapes and faceted surfaces reflect the light at different levels, the tonal range it creates within one solid colored piece is striking. Loving these bold Spring hues as well, bring on the blooms and blue skies, please! Enjoy!

2 comments:

  1. These are really beautiful, and now I'm lusting over that watercolor chair!

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  2. Those landscapes are so spectacular! I want one!

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