Three-dimensional art that appears realistic. This is the work of Paris-based Polish artist, Ada Sokól, with whom Etnia Barcelona has collaborated to present their Etnia Barcelona sunglasses from her unique, groundbreaking perspective. Ada has developed a unique visual language that is sensual, photorealistic and delicate. Her work evokes an ultra sensory experience that often takes place in the future. Can you tell whether it’s real or virtual?
It’s Ada Sokól’s technique and passion for detail, a passion Etnia Barcelona shares in the design of their glasses, which make her 3D renders so hyperrealistic. They loved her use of colour and could not wait to kick start the collaboration to discover how this innovative artist interprets the Etnia Barcelona universe.
This fantasy world created exclusively by Ada Sokól for Etnia Barcelona shows off the artist’s talent in a completely new field. Ada herself grew up surrounded by 3D language: her father was one of Poland’s pioneers in the field of three dimensional design. Thanks to her talent and creativity, she has become one of the leading artists in current 3D photorealism, a trend that’s ready to explode in the coming years.
Let yourself be inspired by Ada’s creative world and her personal influences in our questionnaire:
Tell us someone you admire that in your opinion has changed the rules
If you had to pick just one colour; which one would it be?
Currently light purple (Pantone radiant Orchid).
If there was a movie about you, what soundtrack would we be listening?
Music I’m listening reflects my state of mind (sometimes, when I need more motivation its music over 200bpm), but if I would have only one track to chose: Arca -Baron Foyel.Recommend us a painter, writer, filmmaker, designer, musician…
People that inspire your creativity.
Film maker – Michael Haneke, designer – Elsa Peretti, artist – Isamu Noguchi.