Kristina Bell Ditullo Fixes Up Some Clever Art Boards With Band-Aids

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Feb 8, 2011   Updated: Aug 23 2011 • References: kristinabellditullo & designformankind
Visual artist Kristina Bell Ditullo revolves her work around installations and sculptural pieces created from ubiquitous cultural objects. The talented artist took to iconic Band-Aids for her most recent art sculpture.

The Bandage Series by Kristina Bell Ditullo is intricately lined out and arranged in interesting and symmetrical patterns. The meaning behind the piece is that it relates to the layers of protection that people often build over time to mask their experiences.

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