Misha Rejepow is an Uzbek 3D artist with a passion for Mercedes SL (Super Leicht) vintage cars. He graduated with a degree in environmental architecture and currently works at the Russian design firm Crosby Studios. Misha's fondness for the unique car type and the impossibility to visit the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, led to a personal project in which Mercedes icons are placed in a 'surrealistic exhibition space'.
The renders are a way for Misha to recreate a museum experience.
This 3D artist makes the kind of minimalist renders that we at Imagicasa are big fans of. Rejepow combines all her interests, architecture, car design, visualisation design and Greek ruins and artefacts, in this personal project. The result is a futuristic exhibition space in which Greek columns and vases are placed in showcases. These are placed next to an enormous glass box that has been incorporated into the landscape or architecture with a Mercedes SL car in it. The surrounding landscape is a rocky desert that resembles an archaeological excavation site because of a half-buried vase and column. The futuristic aspect makes the images strange to the viewer. As if in the future Greek columns would be placed next to a Mercedes oldtimer in a museum. Nevertheless, the renders are a way for Misha Rejepow to recreate a museum experience at a time when most museums are closed. We are already looking forward to future works by this talented visual designer. Images courtesy of Misha Rejepow