Half Graffiti, Half White: Ukrainian Artist Perfectly Divides Hotel Room

Published 9 years ago

Street art invades a hotel room that looks like the set from a futuristic dystopia movie. That’s how “Sunday” by Pavel Vetrov looks to us. It’s a room divided in two. One part seems like it’s inhabited by a street artist with few inhibitions, and a manic need to paint; the other is cold white, like it’s straight from a sci-fi movie about teens running in a cruel, arbitrary competition (it’s just like reaching adulthood!).

Vetrov isn’t the first person to come up with the idea of separating a room into two thematic pieces, and he doesn’t claim that. In fact, as he states on Behance, the inspiration for “Sunday” is Panic Room by Tilt.

Pavel Vetrov is a Ukrainian designer. He works as an art director at Archivizer, a company that does 3D design visualization, architecture and interior design. Looking over his portfolio, Vetrov’s passion for designing rooms is obvious.

Most of them aren’t even split in two!

More info: Behance (h/t: mymodernmet)

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Martynas Klimas

Writes like a mad dervish, rolls to dodge responsibility, might have bitten the Moon once.

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contrast, divided room, graffiti, interior design, interior graffiti, panic room, Pavel Vetrov, room design, room graffiti, street art, Tilt
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