Ukrainian-born artist Mark Khaisman, who now lives and works in Philadelphia, is a ‘painter of light’ who creates stunning works of noirish beauty using little more than parcel tape, plastics and light. Reproducing famous images — oftentimes scenes from classic Hollywood films — Khaisman reworks these using tape, a new yet utterly banal medium.
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Ring from recycled plastic bottle, the blog is in Italian but each project is accompanied…
- November 15, 2012
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Here’s a great upcycling project that uses those difficult-to-recycle plastic lids. It’s utterly adaptable and…
- November 1, 2012
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Great idea to adapt a trashcontainer in a sort of mobile kitchen ! ++Soupermobile on…
- May 9, 2009
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These faces sculpture are delicately hand painted and constructed out of a sardine can! Yes…
- July 7, 2010
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This light was made out of an old washing machine drum I found and a…
- June 7, 2011
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Sustainable design and sustainable consuming is what Dominika Naziębły is interested the most in fashion….
- April 27, 2011
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