Impossible architecture: Spanish artist’s acrylic-on-wood paintings feature gravity-defying, Escher-esque scenes

Art, International
Friday, June 19, 2015
(Courtesy Cinta Vidal Agullo)

(Courtesy Cinta Vidal Agullo)

The impossible architecture depicted in paintings by Spanish artist Cinta Vidal Agulló are immersive M.C. Escher-meets-Dr. Seuss dreamscapes of multi-dimensional planes inhabited by tiny, doll-like figures.

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