An Artist Turned A Gothic Chapel Into A Marvelous Night Sky!
Have you ever heard about Miguel Chevalier? He is one of the best known digital projection artists. This time, he turned the 16th-century King's College Chapel into a backdrop for his amazing light show. The chapel was filled with the hypnotizing starlight!
The artist designed the projections specially for the Gothic chapel's interior. Actually, this chapel is one of the best examples of Perpendicular Gothic Architecture in the world.
This is how the great chapel usually looks - noble and magnificent
And here's its metamorphosis:
What do you think: did he manage to emphasize the building's extraordinary architecture? Please, tell us your opinion in the comments below.
You are welcome to watch the video showing the projections and tell your friends about the magical metamorphosis of the chapel!
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