A Look Through the Keyhole by Erwin Olaf


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By on June 14, 2012, in Concept Art
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Erwin Olaf is a Dutch artist who loves to show you his art through a different perspective. He has an entire series of photographs where the subject is turned away from the camera. “The Keyhole” may not seem unusual but it is the dramatic visual and emotional impact of the shot as well as the perfect composition and the striking design that defines Olaf’s work. In his installation Olaf has the viewer actually sit down, don a pair of earphones and look through a keyhole.





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