Nevermind: Dreamy, Mysterious and Surreal Art Works of Paul Rabaud – Design You Trust

Nevermind: Dreamy, Mysterious and Surreal Art Works of Paul Rabaud

Paul Rabaud is a French artist who came up with a rather funny and useful challenge for himself. Throughout 2020 (and part of 2021), he drew pictures every day, the references for which were photos of various cozy places around the planet.

At the same time, for the works to look like more than just a banal redrawing, Rabaud began to add here and there mysterious hooded men – those kind of witnesses of existence, watching the world even in its most remote and forgotten corners. It’s very atmospheric and mysterious in a special way, as if these men roam the earth with a secret purpose and know a secret that mortals can’t understand.

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