This incredible sculpture by French Artist Bernard Pras is actually made from an entire room of found objects. From old shirts to sweaters, branches, old bits of rubber, paint and wood, the inventive artist created this 3D sculpture of a man with dreadlocks.
If you ever watched the TV show Art Attack as a child, this will bring back memories of Neil Buchanan’s giant site specific creations from old jumpers and random objects. The truly amazing thing about this sculpture is how realistic the face looks once you step back. The portrait is actually of a well-known Malian actor named Sotigui Koutaté.
The French artist currently has a solo show at the MazelGalerie Gallery in Brussels, Belgium. His work mainly focuses on large-scale site specific installations like this one.
French Artist Bernard Pras Creates Sculptures Using Rooms of Objects
1. Large-scale Sculptures - Opportunity for artists to create immersive and impressive artworks using unconventional materials.
2. Site-specific Installations - Potential for artists to transform spaces into unique experiences by utilizing the existing surroundings.
3. Found Objects - Innovative use of discarded items in art, emphasizing the importance of sustainability and repurposing.
1. Art Galleries - Art galleries can showcase large-scale and site-specific installations, attracting art enthusiasts seeking immersive experiences.
2. Event Planning - Opportunity for event planners to incorporate large-scale sculptures and site-specific installations as visually captivating elements for various events.
3. Eco-friendly Design - Designers can explore the use of found objects in their creations, promoting sustainability and environmental consciousness.