Pink Light

Next image concept of continuing series OUUM Render Mag :

PINK LIGHT is a new daily image from OUUM, which is a continuation of the creative installation of the Spanish Cafe FAIXO LIGHT, whose facade is painted in bright yellow, simulating the fall of the yellow light of a lantern that falls on surrounding objects that are also painted in yellow.
PINK LIGHT is a continuation of the same concept as the FAIXO LIGHT, but this time in the interior of the living space, which is more like an exposition in the gallery of contemporary art on the theme of everyday life enlightened by three floodlights giving a bright pink light.
The author of this work was inspired by the installation of the famous Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, who unites art and science by creating unusual sensory installations using natural elements of weather such as temperature, light, water, pressure, steam, rainbow or fog. Olafur in his work connects man and optical illusions with the help of natural elements, allowing the viewer to get sensory experience in interaction with elements of exposure.

Accordingly, PINK LIGHT is an intercept of installation in 3d space of 2d illustrations on the theme of light phenomena in the interior, which the author presented in only two colors – dark blue and light pink, showing the usual individual housing as a topic for reflection and Experiments, and covering it on the art side.

Image made with an  FSTORM render  featuring rayfire plugin