How Scale in Art Influences the Viewing Experience

Enormous plastic ice cream, huge balloon dogs, or enlarged photo portraits plastered on buildings around the world are some of the examples where scale in art is the dominant element of the artworks' aesthetics. Scale refers to a size of an object in relation to another, and is one of the principles of organization of structural elements in art and.

Dominik VD

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