Philip Low's Acrylic Glass Art is Prismatically Presented by Uday Kak

By: Gil Haddi - Published: May 20, 2013 • References: mnzstore & featureshoot
Displayed in the Maryam Nassir Zadeh boutique in New York, the stunning acrylic glass sculptures created by Philip Low are presented as prismatic crystals in prints shot by photographer Uday Kak.

Also known as Lucite glass, the transparent material that makes up these artworks is tinged in various beautiful colors, with blues and greens intermingling as well as pinks and oranges for a fire-bright sparkle. The photographs manage to capture the shimmery shadows cast by the multifaceted designs, as well as the best angles of all the sculptures in order to portray them in the most flattering and mesmerizing light.

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