Spatial efficiency doesn’t get groovier than these! Looking like the real life counter-part to the Tetris , the perfectly organized ‘arrangements’ are the public-art oriented works of Swedish artist Michael Johansson.
From the very first image, we could make out the daily used mundane objects like cardboard cartons, plastic containers, file boxes, chairs and even a television; all arranged in a packed formation to pose as a collective yet multi-faceted structure adorning the entire wall section.
And, as we look at other images, we see the scale getting larger, with some specimens showcasing electronic paraphernalia like TVs, speakers and musical keyboards. However, the really startling arrangement pertains to the arraying of entire cars, tractors, shipping containers and even caravans into a pressed public ‘sculpture’ (see below image).
Interestingly, on closer inspection, we can actually comprehend the retro subtext that almost bears resemblance to a Wes Anderson movie set. This unique visual scope not only emerges from the ole TV sets but also from the subdued color compositions of the other components.