Kris Scheifele Turns Art Scraps into Chromatic Cubes and Spheres

By: Kevin Young - Published: Apr 22, 2012 • References: krisscheifele & designboom
New York City-based artist Kris Scheifele creates a collection of geometric cubes and spheres made from acrylic paint. Who would have thought that peeling paint chips off the studio floor would make such admirable sculptures?

Scheifele's experimental conceptions came to life by layering paint chips and acrylic panels together to produce a crafty, multi-chromatic series of shapes. The cluster of paint chips is comprised of a variety of colors and textures that makes the sculpture's appearance a show-stopper.

The spheres also take on a layered effect due to the amount of paint involved in making the sculpture. The result is a multi-hued work of art that entices viewers with bright colors and recycled material.

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