art appreciation in 5 seconds or less

When artist, Leo Caillard, visited the Louvre in Paris he noticed something interesting: People spend only about 5 seconds viewing any one piece of art before moving on to the next one, much like they would when browsing images on the internet.

Intrigued by this, Leo digitally rendered a redesign of the Louvre inspired by Apple's UI to make a statement on people's (lack of) ability to reflect on what they're looking at due to the large number of images we're exposed to every day on the internet.

Case in point - I looked at his renderings for about 5 seconds before deciding they were awesome enough for this post. Nuff said.

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