Haven’t seen this sort of thing before: art made from staples. From afar it looks like greylead pencil drawn onto a wall, but at a closer look, you will see that it is a series of staples forming these amazing installations.
Baptiste Debombourg’s creates incredibly detailed art that can only be fully appreciated up close. Using just a white wall as his backdrop, Debombourg carefully placed 35,000 staples over a period of 75 hours to create two pieces of art. These are titled Air Force One and Air Force Two.
Notice how these beings are flying straight down towards the earth. Debombourg wanted to play with the idea of contemporary aggression. He cites Italian Mannerism artists as his inspiration.
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