Via: Design Ideas Daily
Every urban dweller tends to have a certain fascination with and love for abandoned buildings. You can always find creativity in the ruins, from the natural decay of flaking plaster and cracking floors to the occasional invasion of street artists, such as in Belgium’s abandoned town of Doel. They’re great to party in, beautiful to photograph and there’s just something cool about their abandonment that sets the imagination running.
So when all that’s left of a demolished building is a shared wall still intact with wallpaper and the odd basin, an amazing ‘ghost building’ is created. This ‘accidental art’ has been well documented by photographers around the globe.
We’re loving the array of patterns and colours that are left behind in the spaces of the old rooms, and the way that artists have already started playing with them, inserting shadowy figures into the ghostly remnants.