After watching the clouds float by the picturesque buildings in his hometown of Avignon, French artist Thomas Lamadieu (AKA Roots Art) dreamed up whimsical figures squeezed in the pockets of the sky. Now he captures geometric expanses of blue sky framed by buildings in photographs he then uses as his canvas. In the small hollow passages he sees shapes, forms and unusual characters. Each piece of sky is a new space to create, and the sky of Paris is filled with ink drawings of bearded men and wild-haired women. “My artistic aim is to show a different perception of urban architecture and the everyday environment around us, what we can construct with a boundless imagination”. Mixing the old with the new, Lamadieu uses the dinosaur application Microsoft Paint to compose his charmingly claustrophobic drawings.