There are a variety of ways to pay tribute to iconic photos and it looks like Eleanor Macnair has chosen one of the more quirkier ones. She recreates certain scenes using Play-Doh. Considering how much fun kids find this particular medium, from the smell to the feel and possibly even the taste, it is no surprise that Eleanor Macnair's work is gaining as much attention as it is.
Even more specifically, Eleanor Macnair's work is created in homage to MacDonaldStrand, an art duo made up of Gordon MacDonald and Clare Strand who are based in Brighton, England. Although Eleanor Macnair has had to necessarily simplify the scenes she choses, there is still a sense of intricacy that is impressive.
Artist Eleanor Macnair Pays Tribute to Various Iconic Captures
1. Play-doh Art - Exploring the potential of Play-Doh as an art medium and creating unique recreations.
2. Iconic Photo Tribute - Finding new and creative ways to honor and pay tribute to iconic photographs.
3. Simplified Scene Reproduction - Reducing complex scenes into simpler yet impressive recreations using innovative art techniques.
1. Art and Design - Exploring the potential for Play-Doh as an innovative medium and pushing the boundaries of art and design.
2. Marketing and Advertising - Using unique and creative tribute techniques to promote a brand or product in a visually engaging way.
3. Toy Industry - Collaborating with artists and creators to showcase the varied possibilities of Play-Doh and its applications beyond traditional play.