David Mach's Sculpture Made of Domino & Scrabble Tiles

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: May 8, 2009   Updated: Apr 4 2011 • References: ifitshipitshere.blogspot
David Mach reclaims Scrabble tiles, dominoes and postcards and turns them into works of art. The British sculpture likes to use unusual reclaimed or existing media such as match heads, coat hangers and more for his specialty structures.

David Mach was made a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Arts and has been sculpting a number of years.

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