Hans Op de Beeck's Bas-Relief Artwork: Silent Interior

Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck created a series of amazing 3D bas-reliefs done with cardboard, called "Silent Interior":

Silent Interior consists of six bas-reliefs done in cardboard and wood, each providing a view of an abandoned household interior. Each interior refers to a specific period in the last fifty years. The interiors were inspired by real photographic material taken from books and magazines: all bear witness to dreams of comfort and optimism about the future. The interchangeability of the various household settings is emphasized by the presence of similar party decorations. Each room is decorated with banners and balloons, as though a birthday party, an anniversary or a homecoming has been celebrated there the day before. Now that the festive moment is past, the decorations take on something harsh and cheerless.

Link [Flash, click on works > 2006 > Silent Interior] - via Paper Forest

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