French artist Bernard Pras creates enormous installations made from found objects, building incredibly dynamic and complex three-dimensional artworks. The pieces, which we first spotted over at My Modern Met, are often odes to famous artists or figures from pop culture, and, perhaps as a nod to their wide cultural subject matter, incorporate everything from food to toys to rolls of toilet paper to the actual architecture of the installation space. Indeed, the works often inhabit enormous spaces, their subjects only coming into view when you stand in the right place. Talk about art you can get lost in. Click through to see some of our favorites of Pras’ enormous collection, and then be sure to head over to his website to check out even more of his work.
Image credit: Bernard Pras