“There is another world besides colour”

Daniel Lefèvre is a Belgian artist, currently living and working in São Paulo, Brazil. His motto “there is another world besides colour” reflects his almost exclusively black and white work made using only Rotring Isograph pens to create extensively detailed surrealist artwork inspired by Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, René Magritte and Paul Delvaux.

“There is another world besides colour”

Daniel Lefèvre is a Belgian artist, currently living and working in São Paulo, Brazil. His motto “there is another world besides colour” reflects his almost exclusively black and white work made using only Rotring Isograph pens to create extensively detailed surrealist artwork inspired by Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, René Magritte and Paul Delvaux.

1986

De Liefde

(Love)

This piece explores the themes of love and human relationships.

In it is depicted two faces: on the left is a man’s frontal face and the right a woman’s lateral face.

Where the couple’s faces meet depicting a volcanic eruption, their hair transforming into a lava flow and a ball of fire, representing their passionate love. Next to them, the statue of the God Amor (‘love’ in Portuguese) is depicted.

The couple’s faces are connected to a sleeping woman illustrating peace in the relationship. A portion of the woman’s face consists of a pregnant woman representing the result of love.

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