Sky Art

French artist Thomas Lamadieu creates his “sky art” by combining photography and line drawings. Inspired by the way the sky peeks through skyscrapers, Lamadieu illustrates quirky cartoons within these spaces. What a great reminder to look up once in awhile and realize that art is everywhere!

(images found here)

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  1. These are super awesome! Very quirky and original!
    Sometimes it take a minute to actually figure out the opening of the sky.

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  2. impressive art work, really nice!!!

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  3. Monica wrote:

    Very impressive! I love the owl design.

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  4. dorylyn wrote:

    very cool

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  5. Kim Maes wrote:

    This is really awesome! I love them all!
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  6. Meg wrote:

    This is AMAZING!
    What a cool idea.

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  7. EmerJa wrote:

    Very very original! Love how you always discover us such great artists! 🙂

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  8. Alyx wrote:

    Pretty damn genius.

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  9. jenny wrote:

    lovely artwork! so different!

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  10. Denisa wrote:

    Oo, that looks perfect. I like that idea.

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  11. Adorable. Love love love creativity.

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  12. Laura wrote:

    Amazing !
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    Love from Paris

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  13. Julia wrote:

    beautiful.

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  14. Paula wrote:

    HA! So cool! I’m so doing this to my holiday snaps stat!

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  15. Jamie wrote:

    These are so cool! And so original! I love them 🙂

    xo,
    Jamie

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  16. Ritika wrote:

    Really really impressive! So unique 🙂
    Loved it..

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  17. amalie wrote:

    wow this is awesome!
    x

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  18. Michele wrote:

    Love live love these, f a b u l o u s!

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  19. Viveca wrote:

    Oh, wow… That is amazingly impressive! Would love to have some of his artwork.

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  20. Amber wrote:

    Wow, this is so cool! I love it.

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  21. wow, amazing, love it!

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  22. Kimbra wrote:

    Impressive to say the least! Love these!
    <3 Kimbra
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  23. Lauren wrote:

    I love these, so quirky and cool.
    Lauren
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  24. Isa wrote:

    These are so cool, and such a brilliant idea. It’s like that game we used to play as kids where you scribble a random shape and try to make a picture out of it.

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  25. Anne wrote:

    Very unique. Such creativity.

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  26. Shelley wrote:

    So cute! This is sort of trying to find shapes in the clouds!
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  27. great!!!

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  28. Louise wrote:

    wow this is so amazing. So unbelievably creative!!!
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  29. Mary wrote:

    Wow, that is amazing and so creative! Thanks for sharing the work of this talented artist.

    Mary
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  30. Wow! I’ve never seen anything like this! So dope! Artwork in the sky. Who would’ve thought! ; )

    Thanks for sharing!

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  31. Malinda wrote:

    This is really cool!
    Malinda
    http://www.malindaknowles.net

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  32. Raina wrote:

    Woah! I love the juxtaposition of the animation and the cityscapes!

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  33. Jennifer wrote:

    Wow, what a cool art idea! When I saw the first two, I thought he actually put those in between the buildings and I wondered how he did that! It wasn’t until I saw the last picture that I realized they were drawings over photographs. I guess that’s just how good the art is!

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  34. Brooklynne wrote:

    I love these! Very cool. Also, just a note: peaks?

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