Dimension From Form and Colour with Richard Keeling

Richard Keeling plays with light and shade in his bright series of form and colour-based designs, unhealthy Shadow Shapes.

With clever placement and attention to light sources, Richard is able to create a sense of dimension and physicality with the simplest collection of shapes and colours.

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© Richard Keeling, 2015

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