Dec
15/09
Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

John Lytle Wilson has his own way of creating modern art. He uses random paintings with simple nature motive and includes robots and animals so it would appear more interesting and alive. If you take a closer look at the paintings you will notice that most of them have orange monkeys escaping from robots.

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

The motives give the paintings a lot of bright color and energy, and perhaps you will find Lytle’s art mostly in apartments where young people or students live.

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

Classic paintings invaded by monkeys and robots

While he is making random paintings of nature more interesting, this street artist is making paths and roads in Montreal more alive.

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