Deconstructed realism is the primary technique used to investigate the relationship between form and colour. An asymmetrical composition gives the impression of fragmentation, whilst a neutral green colour palette provides cohesion. The dichotomy between the two is palpable, creating a dynamism, and creative flair. Van Bastille creates a study in still life, whilst combining elements of constructivism. Rooms seeking for nature within geometry and a soothing palette need look no further.