Andrés Reisinger is a multidisciplinary artist and designer who is known for his innovative and surrealistic approach to creating furniture and interior design pieces.
Reisinger’s work often involves the use of digital tools, such as 3D rendering software, to create whimsical and otherworldly designs that blur the line between the real and the imagined. His pieces are often characterized by soft, organic shapes and a playful use of color and texture.
Andrés Reisinger’s latest project “Take Over” has been receiving attention for its unique and whimsical vision of urban spaces. The project consists of a series of 3D renderings that depict major cities around the world, such as Paris, New York, Rome, Tokyo, London, and Amsterdam transformed with soft pink drapes that float over the streets and buildings.
The images produced are highly detailed and realistic, with the drapes featuring a soft and fluffy texture that contrasts with the hard edges of the urban environment.
Reisinger’s intention with the project is to create a dreamlike and surreal vision of the cities we inhabit, transforming the mundane and everyday into something fantastical and enchanting.
By doing so, he invites viewers to question their perception of urban spaces, and to consider the possibilities of digital art and its ability to reimagine the world around us.