The 2D cafe located in Sankt Petersburg, Russia makes customers feel like they are lost in a black and white coloring book.
At first glance, the cafe looks like a black and white comic book page Designed with 2 traditional black and white colors, but the combination of these 2 colors has never been outdated. The image of BW Kafe cafe in Sankt Petersburg, Russia soon became famous after appearing on social networks. Russian artist Anfisa Toshina designed the unique interior inside the bar. At first glance, the cafe looks like a charcoal sketch on a piece of white paper, giving the illusion that you are the only 3D object in the two-dimensional world. It’s a pretty cool trick that looks like the backdrop of A-ha’s popular ‘Take on Me’ video. Everything inside makes customers feel like they are lost in a comic book from the entrance, to the monochrome yet stunning decor inside, with the walls, floors, furniture, and details. Other small ones have only 2 colors black and white. Each corner of the shop is a sequence of scenes like in a comic book Each interior space inside the restaurant always creates a unique, impressive, warm, calm and extremely peaceful atmosphere. This design style first appeared in Korea, by the creators of Cafe Yeonnam-dong 239-20. Since then, similar designs have been replicated. Several similar locations opened in Japan a few years ago and now Russia, not to mention the official branches of Cafe Yeonman. Although the BW Kafe in Sankt Petersburg, Russia looks like a copy of the Korean cafe, it has been improved quite well and is an opportunity for Europeans who want to admire the style but cannot travel to Korea . The special design makes customers feel like they are the only 3D objects in the two-dimensional world Customers enjoy posing in the cafe space
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