You go out with your friend for a night on the town. You bring a camera. The next morning you find photos of yourself laying across benches, manipulating your joints through the mirrored glass of bank buildings and twisting cardboard boxes around what you think might be your friend being attacked by feral cats. You’ve been inspired, inspired by the art of one Víctor Enrich. Since the age of 10, Victor has been twisting the skylines of city and street, bridging amazing 3-dimensional structure with the urban dwellings with live and work within. His 3D Architecture art and his story will give you a different view of the city from this point on.
Surreal 3D Architecture
Víctor’s fascination with the altered state and spatial constraints of concrete and steel began long ago…
“At the age of 13, computers are discovered as well as some CAD drawing programs. Pencil is left behind as an instrument while the mouse and the monitor become important. 2D drawings of cities gain in precision and can be printed at different scales. At the age of 15, 3D CAD software is discovered, so the drawings are not bi-dimensional anymore and some primigenial virtual urban spatialities are born.” – Víctor Enrich
He goes on to explain how the compositions are formed using “a combination of photography and 3D architectural visualization.” From studies of the building and consideration of where the photo is taken, a 3D model is created, adjusted and manipulated to fit within its original setting.
You can see (and buy) much, much more of Víctor Enrich art on his website.