Artist Thomas Medicus did not just want to create one painting. Instead, the Austrian artist created something between a painting and a sculpture that changes depending on how it’s viewed.
Emulsifier is composed of 160 glass strips, and each strip is painted on all four sides with pieces of different images. Depending on what side of the four-sides sculpture you’re standing on, you’ll see one of four images. A fish and a stork make up two, and the stork’s and fish’s interior views make up the other two.
Viewed from the top, Emulsifier appears to be a series of narrow glass panes with scattered fragments of paint.
Besides painting on glass to blow our minds, Medicus also works as a graphic designer, illustrator and animator, as well as a musician.
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