Photos from Day 2 of #100DucksDC

I spent about fifteen months making duck sculptures out of packing tape, and then I put them on display in the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington, DC.Photos from the first night of #100DucksDC can be found here. Below are photos from the second day of the event. Soon, I’ll post photos of the final day including…

Doll Part Art: Visual Feasts Made of Plastic Bodies

Barbie body harvesters are turning your favorite childhood toys into unnerving and unforgettable works of art. Dolls placed into scenes of sin and sexuality create disarming juxtapositions. Detached, neatly contoured limbs and severed, big-eyed heads make an uncanny valley torture chamber. Scroll down and feast your eyes on the depravity of Mattel-perfect bodies dragged into…

Christmas Aftermath #100DucksDC (#76-80)

I’m going to put one hundred luminescent duck sculptures in a visible location somewhere in Washington, D.C. While working on this street art project, I’ll document my progress online. You can see all the ducks created so far by going here. Recently, I watched the movie Cardboard Bernini about artist James Grashow’s ambitious project to…