Isaac Cordal's 'Cement Bleak' Project is Rather Lifelike

By: Sarah Nazim - Published: • References: mymodernmet & isaac.alg-a.org
Isaac Cordal's 'Cement Bleak' project is an incredible street art piece that involves the use of a wire kitchen strainers and some lamps. The rather life-like facial impressions are molded by Cordal, and then he places the handle in between the sidewalk cracks and shines the lamp on them. This results in silhouetted shadows that appear on the sidewalk.

The amounts of precision and depth that each piece is given creates a 3D effect which aids in formulating the realistic shadows. These pieces demonstrate that art can literally be anything that your imagination desires. Cordal is always thinking of ways to incorporate his idea's into urban landscapes in order to give an alluring escape to sometimes dull lives. Stats for Strainer-Faced Silhouettes Trending: Older & Mild
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