“David Mach, a sculpture and installation artist, creates art from wire coathangers.The way he makes these is to first make a mold of the figure and then create a hard plastic form around which the coathangers can be formed.
On his website he says, “When I have ideas I want to make them, and not just some of them, but all of them. As a result of that my sculpture covers a multitude of sins. I like to work in as many different materials as possible. It’s no understatement to say I am a materials junkie – jumping from highly-painted realistic cast fibreglass pieces to sculpture with coathangers, to a thatched barn roof laced with fibre-optics to designs for camera obscures (or at least the buildings to house them) and layouts for parks.”
(via Inventor Spot)
April 7, 2008 at 9:39 pm
with enough bait and strong enough line you feed an orthodox family for a week with that.
and the skull, oh fish love pirate ships…
April 7, 2008 at 10:47 pm
;>) ..Speaking of “orthodox fish”…
April 7, 2008 at 11:43 pm
I heard fish speak too, some said “don’t be fish” in hebrew of course. :0′ (al-ti-dag ?? ??(?)??) which is also “don’t worry” or “don’t panic”…
The laws of interaction are l(o/a)ws of nature. God doesn?t perform miracles, one who believe in miracle is ignoring the true phenomena.