Wire Frames by Thomas Raschke

Berlin-born sculptor Thomas Raschke created wire frames of everyday objects using steel wire.

"Imagine you need a black rope to draw a line in space. The clearest solution is wire; the cheapest solution is steel."

Raschke spends about six weeks molding and soldering each 1:1 scale sculpture.

He is using 3.8 mm steel wire which gives the best impression of lines in space. It is thick enough to prevent the sculpture from breaking, visible from a distance of 5 m, and thin enough to reveal the details of the work.

Check his website: www.thomasraschke.de/


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