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Infinite Architectural Metropolises Balance Order and Chaos in Benjamin Sack's Drawings

1 month ago   |   By Colossal

“Boxed In.” All images © Benjamin Sack, shared with permission
In Benjamin Sack 's imagined environments, it's not uncommon to find angular mazes resembling dystopian structures, buildings packed so closely together it's difficult to distinguish one from the next, and labyrinthine walkways that spiral like fractals. Working in pen and ink, the artist draws intricate black-and-white metropolises that waver between organization and chaos: He plays with geometry, angles, and dimension to render perplexing maps teeming with both traditional architecture and surreal additions, like treble...
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