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