The Martin Huberman ‘Love Me Tender Project' Creates A

By: Luisa Amanda Gomes - Published: Feb 3, 2010   Updated: Jul 12 2011 • References: yatzer & greenmuze
The Martin Huberman 'Love Me Tender Project' is where the artist expresses himself using everyday objects, like the ordinary clothespin, to create extraordinary works of art. By placing different colored clothespins on a tight wire mesh, the weight of those clothespin generates a complex surface known as hyperbolic paraboloid, a simple geometric curved shaped which is described as sensual.

Who would have ever thought geometry could be so beautiful?

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