There’s nothing wrong with having your head in the clouds every now and then, or so says Most Modest and Aces of Space. Their collaboration to create a “port hole to the sky” resulted in ‘Clouds’- a captured fragment from Jacob van Ruisdael’s “A Panoramic View of Amsterdam looking towards the IJ”, which was originally painted around 1665-70. Having a portion of a 17th century Dutch landscape hung in your home is pretty fun when it’s done in this particular way, isn’t it? And, of course, it costs a lot less than buying the original.
CLOUDS is a collaboration between Most Modest (San Francisco) and Aces of Space (Belgium).
Materials: Direct print on sheet Aluminum
Small: 25″ diameter, $300.00
(note: Other sizes don’t seem to be available, though they are listed?)
Available from Most Modest, $300.00+.