Alper Dostal is an Austrian designer and 3D artist that lately gain recognition with his wall artpaintings digitally manipulated. His work ranges from […]
Alper Dostal is an Austrian designer and 3D artist that lately gain recognition with his wall artpaintings digitally manipulated.
His work ranges from UX/UI Design to Branding and 3D Visualization. Working in many different fields allowed him to collect experience and experiment, which lead to the creation personal artwork.
“My artworks are often influenced by everyday life, surrealism, industrial design, and abstractionism. I would describe my work as aesthetical, a little bit weird, humorous and with a drip of sarcasm but often with a story behind.” says Alper.
Such art masterpieces are melting due to the absence of airconditioning. Titled “Hot Exhibition”, Dostal’s artworks show us the excruciatingly gradual dissolution of the most popular masterpieces in the art world decreased to colorful paint splashes on the museum floor.
Pablo Picasso’s Guernica, Salvador Dalí’s Persistence of Memory, as well as Edvard Munch’s The Scream are just a few of the renowned paintings featured in Dostal’s series.