Art Architecture and illustration, the creations by Leonie Bos

Architecture and illustration, the creations by Leonie Bos

Emanuele D'Angelo
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Influenced by traditional techniques, design and 20th century architecture, digital artist Leonie Bos manages to transform any building into vibrant, colorful illustrations.

A passion born not by chance inherited from her architect father who managed to transmit her love for architecture and the ability to combine several different elements in a perfect way.
A meticulous artist and careful in taking care of every detail, in her creations she manages to carefully layer color and texture.

With a style reminiscent of the lithographic printing process, developed in 1796 by Aloys Senefelder, the illustrator works exclusively in digital.
An element that distinguishes her illustrations is definitely the absence of human figures, almost absent in her creations, the real protagonists of the Dutch artist are undoubtedly all the architectural elements from buildings to the windows to the furniture of a room.

Palpable loneliness, which, however, does not translates into sadness thanks to the clever use of hyper-saturated colors that make each of his works unique. Here are some of her works, to see them just visit the site of Leonie Bos.

Written by Emanuele D'Angelo
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