When you come to really read people, it will not seem odd that “no” sometimes means “yes” and vice-versa. Seen on Colossal, this typographical sculpture was created by sculptor and conceptual artist Markus Raetz and pays tribute to illusion and relativity. In this particular work, the word “YES”, from a different angle reads as “NO.” We find this concept quite appealing and believe it would be a great addition in an office building or even in a smaller work space. It is ingenious, fun and motivational. Markus Raetz has a series of “yes”/”no” sculptures achieved in different languages. The concept was taken further and the artist also thought of transforming “TODO” (all) into “NADA” (nothing). Or the other way around, depending on how you see things. Would you consider embedding such a modern sculpture in your home?
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