Plasticine Portraits by Mondongo

Argentinian art collective Mondongo (which is the name of a traditional Argentinian tripe stew) creates incredibly detailed portraits by using dripped and molded Plasticine.

Mondongo which consists of the trio Juliana Laffitte, Manuel Mendanha and Agustina Picasso was founded in 1999 and has created subversive works out of a multitude of ingredients.

In their 2008 manifesto, they claim, "We are like three witches stirring it up in a cauldron… attempting to alchemize, to distill, and to ooze all the chaos and the all possible “all-ness” in it…"

via This Is Colossal


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