Architectural Art

Sometimes architects need barrier free expression without everyday reality parameters such as building codes, structural limitations, and high-society expectations.

Take some mechanical leftovers, organize them like a Michelangelo study, and slap them on canvas like graffiti tags. The result is a Floater work: an architectonic mind blitz cross-pollinating between exploratory sketches, mechanical schematics, and an urban computer crash.

Seldom are the logic and order of tectonics slammed together with the anarchic stylings of flamboyant street art, but Floater pushes to bring measurable order out of seemingly chaotic brainstorms.


Schooled as an architect in southern Tornado Alley, and harboring the ‘wannabe’ aspirations of a graffiti artist, Floater grew up on video games and Japanese cartoons (sometimes one and the same). Due to a demanding career schedule, Floater struggles finding spare time, and creates art at any opportunity available.

See more of his work on his website and Pinterest.
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