Ollie Lucas   Patterns and Geometric Shapes on Recycled Cable Spools inspiration

Melbourne based Visual Artist Ollie Lucas created these works on large recycled cable spools, up-cycling at its very best! We love the juxtaposition of the wood, graffiti, splattered paint, patterns and geometrics. Ollie says “Exposure to the graffiti scene in Melbourne has made me question harmony in my work, I have a love for filthy, dirty and weathered paint splattered surfaces, but at the same time I crave clean, modern, hardline geometrics. This is what drives my practice, combining two visual elements that are polar opposites in search for a harmony that I may never obtain.” To see more of Ollie’s work check him out on Flickr.

Ollie Lucas   Patterns and Geometric Shapes on Recycled Cable Spools inspiration

 

Ollie Lucas   Patterns and Geometric Shapes on Recycled Cable Spools inspiration

 

Ollie Lucas   Patterns and Geometric Shapes on Recycled Cable Spools inspiration

 

Ollie Lucas   Patterns and Geometric Shapes on Recycled Cable Spools inspiration

 

Ollie Lucas   Patterns and Geometric Shapes on Recycled Cable Spools inspiration

 

Ollie Lucas   Patterns and Geometric Shapes on Recycled Cable Spools inspiration

 

Ollie Lucas   Patterns and Geometric Shapes on Recycled Cable Spools inspiration
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