Matt W. Moore

Posted on July 4th, by mbenaim in Eye Candy. 2 comments


Our last post in this section ended in attributive mystery, so this one is titled and linked for your derivative viewing pleasure. According to his website, Matt (can we call you Matt?) just had a solo exhibition named “Parallel Universe” in Sao Paulo which included the painting of a rather large, colorful, geometric, tripping-the-light-fantastic mural.

The exhibit description follows – a direct quote from mwmgraphics.comParallel Universe” Series explores and celebrates the convergence of his dedication to various disciplines of design and art. The paintings were created entirely with spray paint, one of Matt’s favorite mediums. But, the designs are very clean, and appear almost digital in their pre

cise details and craft. An honest, analog attempt to achieve the same depth and abstract geometry of his digital “Vectorfunk” style. The goal with each work is to have the viewers eye fall into the piece and get lost in the optical illusions, trying to figure out what is up, down, left, and right. Welcome to the Jungle!”

For those of you in Sao Paulo, this is the place: POP Gallery. Rua Virgilio de Carvalho Pinto 297, Pinheiros. 05415-030 Sao Paulo. Brazil


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