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These Trash Piles are actually amazing anamorphic sculptures | Bernard Pras
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These Trash Piles are actually amazing anamorphic sculptures | Bernard Pras

Pras sets up his camera at a well-defined angle so that the objects themselves merge and a portrait appears from his amalgamation. The photograph is the only remaining trace of his temporary setup. The technique is best known as anamorphosis, the art of sticking objects on a canvas to give the work texture and dimension. Pras uses only found objects in his creations and literally turns trash into treasure. Look closely at his art and you’ll find everything from toilet paper and soda cans to slinkies and bird feathers.

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