Posts tagged with ‘Mask’
Shin Murayama, Untitled (Head Hunters), 2014
deerskin, rabbit hair, wood, bicycle saddles, bmx handlebar, bicycle rim
[Longing for Spring ＠Sapporo]
The low temperature is 6.8°F.
The city of Sapporo has been covered heavily with snow for five month.
It is long winter. For creating an ice mask, I froze the water with cold air for two days.
Contrary to the coldness, it melts slowly and changes beautifully the expression that I represent.
This work of art ”Longing for Spring” lets you feel a sense of warmth in a land of extreme cold.PHOTO : Syusaku Nagahama (アンド ボーダー）
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I SEE YOU FOREVER & FOREVER- Ancient Egyptian Eye Inlays, Bronze, Obsidian, Limestone. 1550BC-1070BC.
Lifesize inlays for a funerary mask. The pupils are polished obsidian to reflect the world left behind. Typically, this type of eye - as in, not painted, but made of stones - would be found in a mask made of gold. Decorating the dead.
Paper masks - Oksana Valentelis
Ant mask - Seth Brenneman
Masks by Island (left) and Molly (right).
Work by graphic design students at MIADA, Chongqing, China