The national website Apartment Therapy took a ton of pictures inside artist Adam Wallacavage’s massive brownstone on Broad Street near Morris. The octopus chandeliers are but one intriguing quirk of this surreal interior landscape.
Wallacavage, whose work has also been featured in the New York Times Magazine, has been renovating the house for 13 years, says AT:
Stepping inside Adam’s home is akin to stepping inside a set designer’s brain. Everywhere you look, it’s a creative smorgasbord for the eyes. But what makes this place even more spectacular is the fact that Adam’s home is composed of his own creations, most of which he crafted with his own two hands.
Wallacavage has a solo exhibit of new works in New York – called “Magic Mountain” – from Oct. 19 to Nov. 16 at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Opening reception is on the 19th from 7 to 9 p.m.
Thanks to Philebrity for tipping us off to this post. And click here for another 25 pictures of Wallacavage’s fantastical creations.