Artist Shows Off The Fleeting Nature Of Beauty With Crumbling Portraits – Design You Trust

Artist Shows Off The Fleeting Nature Of Beauty With Crumbling Portraits


Nobody stays young and beautiful forever, that’s just a fact of life. Melbourne street artist Rone, whose full name is Tyrone Wright recently took on a new project which he calls “Empty.” He’s been painting portraits of beautiful women in an old building that’s falling apart, and he’s trying to remind people that beauty is fleeting.

More info: Rone, Instagram


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