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Friday Props - Dustin Yellin

Posted By Ed Rooney Ed Rooney Posted On Feb 12 2021 at 12:00 AM Feb 12 2021 at 12:00 AM

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The work we want to acknowledge is something that goes from tiny to enormous and back to tiny. It's dreamscape collages in resin with sunlight crashing through. It's forms within shapes within stories within images within deeper stories still - it's the work of Dustin Yellin, Psychogeographies Read More >>


Friday Props #6

Posted By Ed Rooney Ed Rooney Posted On Jun 29 2012 at 10:30 AM Jun 29 2012 at 10:30 AM

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I spend so much time in front of screens doing my work that sometimes I yearn for different tactile experiences. I'm not eager to be a paper pusher by any means, but I thought for this weeks' Friday Props I'd do a theme to honor those folks who do crazy cool things with paper. Join me in giving accolades for these astounding projects and their creators! Phone Books are so 80's But turning phone books into works of three dimension carved portraits? Timeless and way cool. Props going out to Alex Queral for his Phone Book Carvings.  Queral uses an X-ACTO knife, an acrylic medium and a black wash - nothing more. His work uses phone books which are (of course) destined to be thrown away and makes them worth keeping again. He creates portraits of famous people as well as abstracts. Visit a gallery of his work  for more examples.  You'll find many that you recognize and I promise it will blow your mind.   Is This Even Possible!? I can fold a couple varieties of paper airplanes and with the help of a book I can even do some very basic origami. But Simon Schubert gets Props for his paper building made by folding paper. There is no better [....] Read More >>