In this series, Negative Spaces, Mungo Thomson covered the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles with images of the night sky. Thomson made this series by inverting the colours of copyright-free starscape shots taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. As the artist has described the murals, they are “like visual whale song—atmospherics for the spiritually inclined. Wallpaper for Esalen. California all the way.” There’s no doubt about it, these works create wonder. For more of Thomson’s work, click here.