Dutch artist Enno de Kroon transforms mundane egg crates into strange and amazing works of art. De Kroon calls his spectacular "two-and-a-half" dimensional painting style "Eggcubism."
"I’ve always played with distortions of perspective, which puts the viewer on the wrong foot and makes them conscious of their manner of observing," says de Kroon. "The way we see things is so conditioned and decides what our minds eventually see in something.”
“I’ve been inspired by cubism, the art form developed at the beginning of the 20th century where Picasso and Braque were the pioneers. They were the first to show us that you can take an object, a person or landscape, and simultaneously show it from different angles. "
Enno de Kroon