Meet Andrew Myers, one of the most patient modern-day sculptors around. This Laguna Beach, California-based artist goes through a multi-step process to create incredible works of art you almost have to see (or touch) to believe. He starts with a base, plywood panel, and then places pages of a phone book on top. He then draws out a face and pre-drills 8,000 to 10,000 holes, by hand. As he drills in the screws, Myers doesn’t rely on any computer software to guide him, he figures it out as he goes along. “For me, I consider this a traditional sculpture and all my screws are at different depths,” he says. One of the most challenging parts is getting rid of the flat drawing underneath because he then has to paint over each of the screw heads, individually, so that in the end, the sculpture looks like an actual portrait. Look through these photos and you’ll notice that the real magic happens when you see these pieces from an angle.
Diecimila fori, e tantissime viti, questi sono i numeri di Andrew Myers, artista californiano che realizza questi geniali ritratti. Il senso di profondità e 3d viene dato dalla lunghezza delle viti, e da quanto lui decide di spingerle sul fondo. Risultato semplicemente Geniale.
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