Celebrating the Interior

There has been a lot of discussion on the blogs I frequent about a young man named Gilles Trehin. Gilles draws very vivid, intricate, and believeable representations of an imaginary city he calls Urville.

I like this short documentary about his work and I found his appreciation of the socio-political aspects of the real world and their impact on his interior vision equally intricate and vivid.

The work in some ways reminds me of the drawings of Achilles Rizzoli, a strangely introverted draftsman who represented people in his life as buildings.
gregory turner-rahman