Gerard Trignac

I just spent a while letting my eyes wander in Gerard Trignac’s galleries.

Much of his work is centered around architectural structures.

They are shadowy mixes of classic form and industrial grit, often devoid of human inhabitants; abandoned, yet complex and teeming with life.

Such beauty mingling with decay…

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7 Responses to “Gerard Trignac”

  1. Fantastic! I want to walk right into them. Very slowly, and very carefully.

  2. mouseillustration Says:

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  3. Wow! Bookmarked for when I have time to visit and take in all the details. The ones I did look at made me like I was walking around in solitude wanting to solve the mystery of the history of these abandoned places and what happened there. And then I was taken aback when I flipped to the next and found people there! I want to know their story! :)

    Really impressed with the singular vision consistent through all of these.

  4. Absolutely fascinating….great post!

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