Here are some collapse portraits on abandoned buildings that have been created by an Australian artist Rone.
Australian artist Rone created these collapse portraits on abandoned buildings. He was in dilemma to away from the advanced ways of life for new and familiar project to discover the fragility of beauty that’s collapsing insides.
Based in Melbourne, the popularity of artist has hit the roof in recent years. He returned home after a series of international large-scale murals and found himself thinking introspectively about concepts of reckless space, aesthetics and memory.
The result is a pared-back, passionately stripped series of portraits titled Empty. Rone, whose given name is Tyrone Wright, is famous for his portraits of glamorous women, however here he pushes himself to dig a profounder level.
As a street artist best known for his evocative, conventional images of women’s faces. Seeing his artworks slowly but surely worn out by natural and human elements has trained him to raise the value of the unexpected beauty of an image.
He has gone for organizing Melbourne’s inexperienced street art movement in the early 2000s. As a member of the ever fresh crew, to being a celebrated fixture on the international street art scene.
These days, Rone’s work can be found in galleries as it is on the streets. His work has been acquisitioned by the National Gallery of Australia, commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria to work with Jean Paul Gaultier and shown by galleries including Stolen Space and in London, White Walls in San Francisco, Urban Nation in Berlin, and Opera Gallery in New York.
“Internationally if you talk about street art and you talk about Australia, you’ve got to talk about Melbourne and Ever fresh. And if you talk about ever fresh, you talk about Rone. He’s really helped put Melbourne on the map.” – Ian Strange, The Age Newspaper, 2014.