If you enjoy art that jumps out at you, I suggest you check out this captivating interactive creation by John Breed. The artist is well-known for his object-incorporating art and this particular piece showcases his technique perfectly. For this particular creation John Breed took 1586 random objects and plastered them together on one large backdrop and titled it 'Foodhunting.'
If you look closely at this creation you will see some of the regular everyday objects Breed used to bring this installation to life. From kitchen plates heaping with food to vacuum cleaners with branches protruding from them it seems like you could stare at the monument for hours and never take in everything that is going on.
The only time I think it is appropriate to be unnecessarily excessive is when it comes to art, and John Breed's pieces execute excess perfectly.
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John Breed Creates Art by Covering Random Objects in Plaster
- By: Jessica MarrenMay 11, 2013