Oscar Falcón Lara

Monterrey, México

Experiment-Cross RS1b

Part of an experimental series of superimposed images and repetitions of architectural details, the resulting graphic suggests a new and abstract way of admiring the built environment and its defining geometry, making an aesthetically inclined point for observation and admiration of the world around us and the people that help build it throughout the ages.

Stonework in architecture demands the most expert hands and a great deal of patience, the Porphyry stone floor pattern this image is based on was planned with the upmost care and dedication as it covered a very large public area that would showcase the magnificent handcraft of the artisans who worked on it.

Unfortunately it no longer exists in the real world, "Experiment-Cross RS1b" was created as a memento or homage to the now defunct space.


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