Drawings in Perspective

We all remember our childhood drawings. The tree that was made of a rectangle and a circle, or the building that had no doors. While realistic to us at the time, they almost always lacked a certain real-world perspective. Ever wonder what those drawings would look like in the real-life landscape?

As part of the project “things I have drawn”, artist and father brings the drawings of his 6-year old child to life. He takes the drawings and renders them into life-like pieces that offer a glimpse of life through the eyes of a child. A shark that has two feet for fins, or a cat whose eyes are attached to the side of its body, or a car that would be undriveable by most standards (both safety and physics).

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