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With his mind-bending perspective art, renowned artist Georges Rousse has proved that he is both an artist and a magician. His amazing paintings create order out of what, from any angle but the right one, seems like total chaos.

With his mind-bending perspective art, renowned artist Georges Rousse has proved that he is both an artist and a magician. His amazing paintings create order out of what, from any angle but the right one, seems like total chaos.

George Rousse (kunstfotograaf). Hij ontving op 9 jarige leeftijd tijdens kerst de legendarische Kodak Brownie camera. Sindsdien heeft hij zijn camera nooit meer losgelaten. Hij besloot om professioneel fotograaf en print technieken te gaan studeren. Later heeft hij een eigen studio geopend, gebaseerd op architectuur fotografie.

George Rousse (kunstfotograaf). Hij ontving op 9 jarige leeftijd tijdens kerst de legendarische Kodak Brownie camera. Sindsdien heeft hij zijn camera nooit meer losgelaten. Hij besloot om professioneel fotograaf en print technieken te gaan studeren. Later heeft hij een eigen studio geopend, gebaseerd op architectuur fotografie.

Enseigne lumineuse - lettres et logo boitiers, inox miroir, rétro éclairage par tubes haute tension (HT)

Enseigne lumineuse - lettres et logo boitiers, inox miroir, rétro éclairage par tubes haute tension (HT)

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Escalier C assisted Georges Rousse in his last photographic project  at “Le Musée De L'homme”.

Escalier C assisted Georges Rousse in his last photographic project at “Le Musée De L'homme”.

George Rousse, La flêche, 1993. Georges Rousse (born 1947 in Paris) is a French photographer.  Rousse's work, from the 1990s to today, generally appears at first glance to be photos of desolate or abandoned spaces (buildings, rooms, parking garages or street scapes) often on their way to the wrecking ball, on which the artist has superimposed precise geometrical shapes or squiggly graffiti.

George Rousse, La flêche, 1993. Georges Rousse (born 1947 in Paris) is a French photographer. Rousse's work, from the 1990s to today, generally appears at first glance to be photos of desolate or abandoned spaces (buildings, rooms, parking garages or street scapes) often on their way to the wrecking ball, on which the artist has superimposed precise geometrical shapes or squiggly graffiti.

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