Monday, March 4, 2013

Monday Magic: Shadow Illusions by Shigeo Fukuda

(images by Shigeo Fukuda)

Good Day World!

Todays topic is about creating art from chaos. All the junk around us in life has a purpose and sometimes a re-purpose. The wonderful shadow sculptures above were created by the late artist Shigeo Fukuda.  Shigeo Fukuda (福田 繁雄 Fukuda Shigeo?, February 4, 1932 - January 11, 2009) was a sculptor, graphic artist and poster designer who created optical illusions. His art pieces usually portray deception, such as Lunch With a Helmet On, a sculpture created entirely from forks, knives, and spoons, that casts a detailed shadow of a motorcycle. Wikipedia

Time for me to walk on down the road…

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