Welcome to Mad Skills Monday, where we showcase top work from young creatives to bring some inspiration to beat the post-weekend blues. Today we feature Lithuanian artist Arthur Lugauskas, producing wall paintings and installations by “just pretending to know what I’m doing”.
Power Tool: Thoughts
Power Song: Runaway – Kanye West
Power Snack: Himalayan goji berries and raw cacao nibs
Having studied art and architecture, Arthur Lugauskas combines the two mediums into large-scale wall pieces with tape. These artworks consist of a montage of 3D forms, some more chaotic than others, and experiments with lighting them. He labels this style as ‘piop art‘, short for ‘perspectives inside of perspectives art’, light-heartedly describing his creative process as a positive stream of consciousness that doesn’t take itself too seriously. You can read the full artist statement of his five piop art walls in his book, ‘don’t say anything, ever‘.
Want us to show off your mad skills? We’re always looking for young creatives, students and graduates to showcase for our Monday feature, so send us an email with some samples or a portfolio link with the subject line “Mad Skills Monday” to email@example.com and we’ll check you out!