Peter Callesen was born in Denmark in 1967. He graduated from the London College of Goldsmiths. Creates original paper 3D-sculpture of simple sheets of paper.
Each of his works made with the help of cutting a single sheet of paper, and only remnants of his turns everything else. Interestingly, the sheets may be A4-size, and can be 7x5 m.
And if a sculpture in the form of a building or the lock does not seem to be something extra complicated, here's an image of the human skull
"The process of materialization of the three-dimensional object from a flat sheet of paper, I think almost magical - says Calles. - Maybe this is the real magic, because the process of creating a clear and figures thus remain tied to its source, not being able to escape. "
Peter Callesen work on the one hand, are pretty funny; on the other hand - is absurd. But one thing is clear that they will not leave you indifferent
There is a beautiful parable that most people look at a white sheet of paper on which staged a small black dot, only see her. They do not notice the sheet itself, the size of which is many times the size of the point. So it is in life, people often see each other minor flaws, not noticing the big advantages. Currently exception to the rule - Peter Callesen.
American sculptor from Portland creates his works of spare parts and other metal elements unnecessary. The idea, frankly, is not new, but it certainly deserves our attention and the public with their creativity.
Not least because that creates a waste really elegant, and sometimes even practical things. But this appeal and interest in the work of Brian Mock (Brian Mock) is not limited. Sculptor regularly participates in exhibitions, including personal, throughout North America. It is said Brian, it is enough to see in front of a pile of scrap metal, as he draws in mind images of future sculptures.
Sometimes, the work is delayed due to lack of multiple parts required shape and size. But these are isolated cases. Most often, the sculptor is finalizing the details of its own. As you've probably already realized all the sculptures created by welding. Special attention is given two copies of guitars Gibson.