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Rocks and rectangles transform disused warehouse

zen garden installation

The Zen Garden installation is anything but peaceful

Installations can come in all shapes and sizes - whether it's a form of inspiring street art (opens in new tab) or a graphic design exhibition (opens in new tab), they often breathe new life into forgotten places. This latest installation from Sam Songailo (opens in new tab) is part of Adelaide's burgeoning arts scene.

Placed in an industrial warehouse, the three-dimensional drawing showcases a headache-worthy work of art. Entitled 'Zen Garden', black and white lines run the length of the main gallery’s floor, that are then interrupted by sporadic rocks, whilst evenly spaced rectangles cover the walls.

Whilst not typical of Songailo's previous work - which involved bright, bold colours - Zen Garden is a beautifully masterful piece that will only aid the ongoing creativity currently happening in Adelaide.

zen garden installation

zen garden installation

zen garden installation

zen garden installation

[via InDesignLive (opens in new tab)]

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