Vintage Family Photos Painted As Large Scale Murals By Mohamed L’Ghacham

Morocco-born, Barcelona-based artist Mohamed L’Ghacham paints large figurative murals based on scenes from vintage family photos and everyday objects. Often choosing photographic “accidents” for their authenticity, the artist paints meals, table settings, toasts, and other communal rituals performed by normal people. When viewed at a wall-sized scale, the personal and seemingly unimportant moments gain new meaning and become more emotionally resonant for viewers despite never having met the families portrayed.

More: Instagram h/t: colossal
































(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave Your Comment Below

More Inspiring Stories

These Artists Makes Belgian Lake Mysteriously Glow
An Artist Created 100 Ceramic Mugs In 100 Days
Japanese Youtuber Makes Easy DIY Face Masks That Look Surprisingly Cool
Beautiful Paintings on Fallen Tree Logs Mirror Their Natural Origins
Artist Turns Generic Figurines into Ultra-Realistic Sculptures of Anime Characters
Stunning Light Bridge Bookshelf By Roumelight
Winnie The Pooh Face Masks Are Giving Everyone Nightmares
Capturing The Visceral Moment: Fantastic Detailed & Monumental Sculptures By Seward Johnson
This Wall Lamp Design Was Inspired By Italian Men Watching Work Being Done On A Building Site
Fabulously Disconcerting Anthropomorphic Human Faces Baked Into Top Crusts Of Handmade Pot Pies
Brazilian Tattoo Artist Morphs Into Devil Look-Alike
This Special Park In Ireland Is Filled With Statues That’ll Give You Nightmares
What Do You Know About The RIGHT Phone Cases?
A Typographic Scarf Made With Letters From The Helvetica Typeface
"Say No More": We Can't Quite See McDonald's Latest Campaign, But We're Lovin' It
Afro Beauty Brought To Life In Photographer Luke Nugent’s Lavish Hair Portraiture
Cat Socks For Tables And Chairs That Protect Your Floor
Craziest Swimsuits To Hit The Beach This Summer
Man Spends $4,000 On Giant Statue To Give Town The Middle Finger - It’s Art, Officials Say
The Earthquake Tower by Remco, ca. 1974
Sergei Pakhomov Creates Incredible Artworks Made out Of Pasta
Polish Craftsman Creates Amazing Household Items With A Folk Twist
By Using Cereals, Toilet Paper And Matches Russian Street Artist Makes An Installation That Urges People To Stay Calm
"Star Wars: Knitting the Galaxy": The Official Star Wars Knitting Pattern Book
Epic Video Game Room Decoration Ideas From PIXERS
Laze About The House Like A Piece Of Tempura With The Fried Prawn Wearable Sleeping Bag!
That's Why We Wanted To Build Communism - To Open Bottles After A Hard Day's Work
Mending Clothes for a Sustainable Fashion by Ýr Jóhannsdóttir
These Designers Show How Studio Ghibli Interiors Would Look Like In Real Life
This Artist Makes a Living Selling Terrible Origami On Etsy