Elliott Routledge for The Opera House

06.08.15

Art, Design

Elliott Routledge (or Numskull as he's usually known as) has teamed up with the Sydney Opera House team, to create a series of artwork for the Festival of Dangerous Ideas this September.

The artist was given black and white archival photography to work over. Pushing the limits of their true meaning, and creating unique imagery on over 30 key images.

Find out more here.

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