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The beauty of painting is the ability to create anything that comes to mind, regardless of if it could happen in real life and not limited to the technical and budgetary constraints of installations, exhibits or films. But in the case of Rob Sato, I could not be happier that these landscapes of architectural chaos aren't real. His works are destructive and beautiful, putting deconstructed buildings out of context as they float around in air like some sort of lego nightmare.

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For more artwork and information, please visit Rob Sato's website.

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