Creative couple blur lines between art, architecture and cinematography

All images courtesy of Leo Garcia Mendez and Raya Sader Bujana

Leo Garcia Mendez and Raya Sader Bujana are two Venezuelan artists – one creates tiny realistic constructions in paper and the other takes beautiful photographs.

Inspired by the Mexican architect Luis Barragán and DOIY’s recent Scala collection, the duo has created and filmed an artwork that plays with textures, colours, clean cuts, light and perspectives.

The result is a miniature construction that is not only delicate but visually exquisite in its precision, blurring the lines between paper art, set design, architecture, photography and cinematography.

The collaboration is the first in a series from Barcelona-based retailer, DOIY, which aims to support emerging artists by giving them visibility via the DOIY social media channels, its website and a printed Fanzine, while generating meaningful, quality content along the way.