Architect On Acid part 5: Docklands by dj-1

Architect On Acid part 5: Docklands

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Added: Jan 03, 2007
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My, of course, imaginary place called Docklands. An abandoned ghosttown with it´s maze of bridges in the silent autumn air.
This is part five of a series in the same style. The other four are published on my site under
"Architect On Acid".

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dj-1's picture

Hmm, sometimes it´s a kick to hear a viewer´s comment. Thanks to you Marley there´ll be more Docklands-paintings. I´d like to explore it more myself.
Hopefully on this site soon!
// DJ

Guest's picture

id love to explore this piece..The building out the back however, that is a big key in the entire piece..there is something freaky about it..Its like a place where you can become reminds me of the movie, "Cube" that is an interesting movie.

dj-1's picture

Glad you like it! Yes, I think this is my n:o 1 so far. I´ve now got it framed with drift-wood and the block in the right foreground is hanging beside the painting.

donnaquinn's picture

I love the warm-cool blue-orange colour contrast here. And the buildings are delightfully twisted! Great job using the walkways to lead the eye into the painting.

Guest's picture

Your rope looks just like real rope! Looking at all of your railess bridges brings out my acrophobia quite well. I would still like to explore this place though.

Guest's picture

good idea! I like it. Keep up the good work!

Art at its best.