The art of Siggi Eggertsson is truly captivating. This image is part of his piece En Plein Air, which he describes thusly:
I wanted to modernize the working methods of the Impressionists, who took their canvases outside and painted what was in front of them. My idea was to take my computer outside, and draw what i saw. This image was drawn on top of a 12 floor building in Friedrichshain.
Cézanne with wi-fi? The feel of his work seems so at home on Zero to One-Eighty. It reminds me of the new direction evident in Jon Hicks’ design when he redesigned his web site earlier this year. There’s something about those Europeans and their rounded edges.