Artist Makes Everyday Objects Look Like Simple Line Drawings

Viewing the world in three dimensions is a state of mind, one which artist Cynthia Greig works to deconstruct with her series of photographs depicting everyday objects seemingly converted into 2D drawings.

With a simple coat of white paint, and black illustrative charcoal outlines along the edges, these household items go from dimensional to flat, if viewed from the proper angle with the right lighting.

However, when Cynthia adds a white background and properly lights the scene the solid objects in the photographs suddenly appear to be nothing more than line drawings. It's a simple, straightforward process that doesn't require any digital manipulation and creates a pretty cool optical effect.

You can see more of Cynthia's amazingly flat 3D works over at 22 Words.

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