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.
Implications - The use of reclaimed materials in art and design resonates well with a wide audience of eco-conscious consumers; however, if these reclaimed materials are familiar pieces of iconic status, then the affected demographic expands tenfold. Designers, companies and ad agencies can all use familiar pieces to attract consumers on an emotional level.
David Mach's Sculpture Made of Domino & Scrabble Tiles
1. Reclaimed Material Art - Using reclaimed materials in art and design appeals to eco-conscious consumers and creates emotional connections with familiar pieces.
2. Iconic Material Repurposing - Repurposing iconic materials for art and design expands the affected demographic and attracts consumers on an emotional level.
3. Unconventional Sculpture - Creating sculptures using unusual reclaimed or existing media offers a unique and innovative approach to art and design.
1. Art and Design - The art and design industry can explore opportunities in creating eco-conscious and emotionally captivating artworks using reclaimed materials.
2. Advertising and Marketing - Advertising agencies can leverage the use of familiar and iconic materials in campaigns to elicit emotional connections and resonate with a wider audience.
3. Sustainable Goods - Companies in the sustainable goods industry can incorporate reclaimed materials, particularly iconic pieces, into their product offerings to attract eco-conscious consumers.