These Peter Reginato Sculptures Are Real-Life Crayon Scribbles

By: Jason Soy - Published: Jun 4, 2011 • References: peterreginato & booooooom
Peter Reginato is the only person in the world who can take something that looks like a child's crayon drawings and turn it into one of his masterfully artistic sculptures.

Peter Reginato's art media of choice is colorful wires, which he bends and twists into idiosyncratic statues that dazzle the eyes. Though the wire work seems chaotic, there is definite thought and organization behind each piece, as Reginato forms coherent shapes and directs the audience's eyes in a controlled manner. And since the wires only hint at objects rather than overtly pronouncing what they are, viewers are left to interpret the shapes using their imaginations. I am definitely looking at a rotary phone in of these colorful sculptures.

You can see Peter Reginato's work in various galleries around the world as well as on his personal website. Stats for Whimsical Wire Doodles Trending: Older & Average
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