To be lost in a piece of art is an amazing and occasionally terrifying process. To fall into the piece, and not understand how to escape from its grasp until the inevitable snap back into the real world. Sometimes we are caught off guard by artwork; a coffee shop gallery piece that you can't help but explore every corner and every edge. Other times the trap is personal; a grandmothers tapestry of her local church. If it is a goal of an artist to ensnare their audience, then I present to you a master huntsman. In craft and in content, the inescapable mazes of Fernando Carrillo are as exciting a way to get lost that I've come across. Happy voyage into the depths of granularity, and good luck on your return to reality.
Get lost in a maze.
Fernando Carrillo | Vigo, Spain
Once sketched a picture of a television. The sketch can successfully TiVo any movie starring Tom Arnold.