November 18, 2010
Portrait in tin foil
Beats a hat.
British designer Dominic Wilcox "made a detailed 3-D replica of his own face out of regular tin foil,"
reads a November 13, 2010 Toxel post filed under "Design/Inspiration/Tech."
Try it yourself when you find yourself with a little time on your hands....
Or maybe not: The "fragile sculpture was created by forming tin foil onto an old plaster mold that was made when the artist was 21."
What, you broke yours?
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Posted by: Tomasso | Nov 19, 2010 4:15:33 AM
I will never forget a documentary about Salvador Dali I once saw when I was a kid. He was sitting at a table, was given a piece of aluminium foil and presto - in front of the camera - sculpted a perfect human face out of it.
Must be somewhere on the net.
Cheers from Kraków!
Posted by: Tomasso | Nov 19, 2010 4:13:00 AM
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