David Constantino Salazar Beefs Up his Pigeon Sculptures

By: Luisa Amanda Gomes - Published: Apr 29, 2010 • References: primegallery & sweet-station
David Constantino Salazar is heavily inspired by birds, especially pigeons. Salazar takes the form of the feathery pigeon and then exaggerates it to epic proportions. His view and interpretation of pigeons is quite unique. By buffing up these urban creatures, he is attempting to portray the expansion of cities, while also paying homage to nature.

He stated, "Rather than the reputed bacterial scruff, I imagine a delightfully gigantic pigeon adorned with magnificent plumage, a grand display of baroque extravagance."

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