Kitchen Colanders Faces by Isaac Cordal

Belgian artist Isaac Cordal creates these shaped wire mesh kitchen colanders into faces and installed them on the streets as part of his urban installation, Cement Bleak, in Dalston, London.







Each kitchen colanders propped up in gaps between pavement slabs using its handle so that when the light from a nearby lamppost passed through, a three-dimensional face was projected on the ground.









Check his website: http://isaac.alg-a.org/

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1 comments:

Jack C. Proctor said...

This is such a great art.... i just love the way you are using the different mesh sizes to make the human faces. This is just superb and i am really impressed the way you are doing this. However, with regards to the mesh size, i must say that the Food Strainers with small mesh sizes will give you more opportunity to have better results. Anyhow superb work.. Thanks!!!

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