Andrew Myers Decides To Screw Art. Portraits Made With A Drill and Philips Head Screws.

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It’s hard to know whether or not to call Andrew Myers’ work paintings or sculpture. A bit of both, Artist Andrew Myers uses anywhere from 8,000 – 10,000 screws (which he then hand paints) drilled into boards to create thoughtful portraits of men and women. (more…)

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Dryer Lint Handroll Anyone? Sushi Sculptures Made With Actual Lint.

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Artist Slater Barron works in several different mediums and has created everything from large scale installations to small sculptures. But what caught my eye were her actual size sculptures of sushi handcrafted from real dryer lint. (more…)

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Shoot, That’s Fun. The Bullet Hole Art Of Walt Creel.

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above image courtesy of The Birmingham News

Walt Creel of Birmingham, Alabama uses a deadly weapon, ironically, to create Bullet Hole Art; images of sweet Southern wildlife. Brandishing a rifle, he fires .22 caliber bullets through 4′ x 6′ white painted aluminum panels to form images of a deer, an owl, a rabbit, a possum, a squirrel and bird in his project, De-Weaponizing The Gun. (more…)

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