Jun 4, 2007

Peggy by Matt Bilfield











"Peggy was meticulously constructed over the course of five months. It is comprised of 2788 hand cut, sanded, and painted dowels that when put together form a modern interpretation of a painting by artist Roy Lichtenstein entitled, "m-maybe." It measures seven feet wide by three feet tall. The result is a cross between a graphic art image, sculpture, and installation which offers the viewer a different experience from every angle."

Source: mattbilfield [Via thecoolhunter]

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1 comments:

DaydreamSupercollider said...

Very cool...has a Roy Lichtenstein look!