Architectural sculptures appear like pencil drawings in Barcelona-based designer David Moreno’s artwork.
From a distance, Moreno’s sculptural forms look like architectural sketches that have been scribbled onto paper but on closer inspection, they reveal themselves to be three-dimensional sculptures that pop out of the walls with movement and colour.
Moreno uses hundreds of discarded steel rods and piano wire to create his artworks. Although each rod-like section is the same width, each has a different length which gives his pieces definition and movement. Each sculpture features architectural elements including roofs, staircases and doorways, each of which blurs the boundaries between two and three-dimensional design.
By Anna Marks