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shadow art by fred eerdekens. neo deo', 2002 synthetic material, light projector Ø 1400 x 400 cm

Shadow Art

Artist Rashad Alakbarov from Azerbaijan uses suspended translucent objects and other found materials to create light and shadow paintings on walls. This face is created using suspended plastic bottles.

Una sola metáfora puede cambiar la forma en la que percibes las cosas « Pijamasurf

Shadows are such straightforward things: cast a light on an opaque object, and a shadow of it is thus born. Yet shadows can be manipulated to resemble entirely

Ólafur Elíasson, The Weather Project Tate Modern: Exhibition 16 October 2003 – 21 March 2004

here comes the sun construction-light/reflection Ólafur Elíasson, The Weather Project Tate Modern: Exhibition 16 October 2003 – 21 March 2004

Belgian artist Fred Eerdekens creates incredible shadow sculptures. When light filters through them, hidden messages are unveiled through bent wires, cotton clouds, cardboard boxes, and even living plants. The artist's play on words and images give rise to a surprising aesthetic effect, while the kinds of materials he chooses is reminiscent of poetry.

Incredible Shadow Sculptures by Fred Eerdekens

Fred Eerdekens - artist that uses objects to create meaningful shadows

40 Mind-Boggling Shadow Art Illusions [PICS]

40 Mind-Boggling Shadow Art Illusions [PICS]

The Anatomy Of A Chair . Simply titled "Chair", this illusion provides a perfect example of how mysterious visual arts can be. It's not incredibly complicated but it acts as if it is which makes the shadow look like a Photoshop edit.

Steve Payne replaces the faces originally painted of military men by George Dawe with famous actors' faces like Daniel Craig

Les portraits « Replace Face » de Steve Payne

Daniel Craig by Steve Payne (who created the Replaceface series, where Steve took digital copies of George Dawe’s paintings of russian generals and added celebrities faces to the portrait using photoshop)

I just got inspired by Fred, so he makes my wall of fame. Playing with our perceptions. Instead of the object being the art, the shadow is the art. Who hasn't imagined playing with shadows..but this takes it to a whole new level.

Fred Eerdekens - artist that uses objects to create meaningful shadows

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