The Grim Towers of Lovecraftian World: Minimalist Architectural Art by James Lipnickas – Design You Trust

The Grim Towers of Lovecraftian World: Minimalist Architectural Art by James Lipnickas

James Lipnickas is an artist from New Haven, Connecticut. And his coolest series of works are these sci-fi futuristic towers of horror. Here, Lovecraftian tentacles are juxtaposed with meditating characters, and engineers experiment on themselves, space, and the technobots. Each of these towers is like a separate closed world (which does not prevent them from being part of the general universe).

“This series really grew out of my interest in advanced technologies integrating with humans and how it shapes us moving forward,” he says.

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