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Erin O'Keefe - Fabricated Objects

The Patternbank team are loving these colourful, abstract forms by New York based artist Erin O’Keefe. Using photographs as her final art pieces, O’Keefe e

Erin OKeefe   Fabricated Objects inspiration

Erin O'Keefe - Fabricated Objects

Erin OKeefe   Fabricated Objects inspiration

Erin O'Keefe - Fabricated Objects

The Patternbank team are loving these colourful, abstract forms by New York based artist Erin O’Keefe. Using photographs as her final art pieces, O’Keefe e

The Patternbank team are loving these colourful, abstract forms by New York based artist Erin O’Keefe. Using photographs as her final art pieces, O’Keefe e

Erin O'Keefe - Fabricated Objects

i want this in my face…cookie monster style EAT IT UP. Fabricated Objects by Erin OKeefe

Collection - Erin O'Keefe ~ I make fictional sculptures expressly in order to photograph them. The photograph, rather than the object, is the final product. I make the objects, which are flat, from pieces of photographs that are in large part sourced from other sculptures. The constructions rely on the three-dimensionality depicted in these fragments to create the illusion of a sculptural object.

notimeforless: “Erin O’Keefe / Collection “I make fictional sculptures expressly in order to photograph them. The photograph, rather than the object, is the final product.

Collection - Erin O'Keefe ~ I make fictional sculptures expressly in order to photograph them. The photograph, rather than the object, is the final product. I make the objects, which are flat, from pieces of photographs that are in large part sourced from other sculptures. The constructions rely on the three-dimensionality depicted in these fragments to create the illusion of a sculptural object.

Collection I make fictional sculptures expressly in order to photograph them. The photograph, rather than the object, is the final product.

I make fictional sculptures expressly in order to photograph them. The photograph, rather than the object, is the final product. I make the objects, which are flat, from pieces of photographs that are in large part sourced from other sculptures. The constructions rely on the three-dimensionality depicted in these fragments to create the illusion of a sculptural object....

Collection I make fictional sculptures expressly in order to photograph them. The photograph, rather than the object, is the final product.

Erin O'Keefe

The Patternbank team are loving these colourful, abstract forms by New York based artist Erin O’Keefe. Using photographs as her final art pieces, O’Keefe e

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Erin O'Keefe - Fabricated Objects

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