We explore aesthetics and focus on beautiful things. We appreciate the flawless and tidy beauty, and we are moved by the incomplete art form. However, in everyday reality, there is another kind of picture called "unexpected beauty", such as some miniature daily "accidents" brought by Terzo Piano.
Terzo Piano is a soft-equipment design studio from Italy that focuses on visual design and conceptual decoration. It advocates simple colors and realistic vision. The best thing is to make the home and art have a chemical reaction. This group of works called "Oops!" Is about the beauty of accidents. These pictures seem unusual and sparse, because they are part of daily life: inverted vases (or honey jars?), The red stains on the armchair, the foam overflowing from the bathtub, and the finely-colored sand scattered in the hourglass everywhere-these are all "micro accidents" that really happen to you and me, but also have their unique beauty. When an emergency is magnified, it is emphasized in the scene and becomes the absolute protagonist-why not another form of aesthetics.