Saturday, May 15, 2010

Records


"Records bones"
Carved record and ochre
25cm


"Records dark matter"
Carved record
25cm


"Records revert to time"
Carved record and ochre
25cm


"Records strings"
Carved record and ochre.
25cm


"Records time"
Carved record and ochre
25cm


"Records fire"
Carved record and ochres.
25cm


"Records Unknown"
Carved record and ochres.
25cm

18 comments:

  1. love this! how did you carve the records? a laser cutter?

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  2. Hi Dicapria

    These are all done with a dremel, by hand, its quite time consuming because they are insanely fragile. I'm glad you like them.

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  3. Hi,
    this plates are lovely! I wonder how I can own one of these piece of work?

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  4. Dude... hope you're wearing a respirator while you're doing this....

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  6. @jonbaltrusaitis: I disagree. "some human has left an expression and found a way to preserve it" what do you think the artist is doing? He is preserving in his own way a part of himself. These records could be considered more alive than what they were, it is all in your point of view.

    michaelmurdock.blogspot.com

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  7. So imaginative! I still have my old records. I can give them to you, in exchange for one or two of those art work of yours!

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  8. Just came across your work via Twitter, these are really cool! You might also like the work of photographer John Purlia. He uses vintage album covers as the backgrounds for his photographs.

    http://www.johnpurlia.com/

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  9. The ultimate in Re-Use, Re-Claim, Re-Cycle.

    You are Re-Recording. Awesome!

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  10. It's almost lace. As long as we don't use rare records...

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  11. Spectacular all your work, congratulations, visit my blog do similar work

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  12. I found these now, they are amazing.

    Are them on sale?

    thank you.

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