Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Mark Khaisman using nothing more than brown parcel tape

Mark Khaisman  using nothing more than brown parcel tape recreates amazing images from films and aother cultural backgrounds. The result is a impressive visual language and very creative technique.  


Artist Statement :
"I work on the light easel, applying translucent brown packing tape on clear Plexiglas panels, the layers built up to create degrees of opacity. My main motivation is my love for classics. The images are archetypes derived from the cultural heritage: art, architecture, movies. I am trying to be faithful to the source, but in the process of interpretation all kinds of things happen. The reason is submerged in the shadows, the purpose is absorbed by the light, the cultural icon has become the personal experience."

source>>> www.inliquid.com/




























































AWARDS
NYF 2009 Print Bronze 
RED DOT DESIGN AWARD 2008 Best of the Best 
EPICA Awards 2008 Press & Poster Silver
CANNES LIONS 2008 Design Silver
CLIO Awards 2009 Print Bronze
CFEVA Fellowship 2006 – 2007
International Animation Film Festival 1988 Best Art Director Prize, Paris 
OISTT competition "The Tour Theatre" 1986 Second Prize, Stockholm 
UNESCO “Rehabilitation of a Decayed Urban Environment” 1982 Third Prize, Poland 
World Architectural Biennale “The New Urban Space” 1980 Second Prize, Bulgaria


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