Drawing with Darkness: 24 Incredible Works of Shadow Art

Posted by on April 14, 2015 in Drawing | 0 comments

How is it even possible that a mess of steel wires or a pile of useless scraps of trash can produce shadows that so perfectly mimic human faces and figures? Whether bringing forth unexpected shapes by combining abstract sculptures with a light source or exploring the psychological connotations of shadows, artists make light and darkness a physical element in each of these works.

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