Although there is a bunch of new Enter the Brick creations in the pipeline, I find myself dabbling in experimental fields outside the plastic.
When rebooting the Enter the Brick Series in the beginning of 2016 (when I was finally able to make some decent photos technically) I showcased a digital edit of a brick.
What attracts me about this possibility is the create something impossible IRL. This extends the possibilities exponentially.
Recently I also made a few paper sculptures (more at the below gallery).
And now in the heat of the summer I made this brick out of ice by making a DIY mold based upon the upscaled brick.
There are a few ideas in my mind which spin off from these directions but for now this is it until I feel like coming back.
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Adding a blaq’d take on the global project Dispatchwork originated by Jan Vormann. This project is authentic Street Art IMO compared to most so called Art in the Street Art and the Brick Art worlds. The open character adds to the greatness of this project as the people are equally ‘street’ as the concrete space.
If you feel compelled trying your hands on this I’d strongly encourage you. Make sure to submit your take to the project site.
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Manufactured by the JiHud joint division of Jitsukawa Hudson Industries in Cyberabad.
The AC-47 is the robotic equivalent to the widespread AK-47. Mass produced, relieable and durable.
A tribute to the inspirational Weta Workshop Design Studio. Especially the concept art of District 9, Elysium (A poor film, but the sci-fi designs are ace) and Chappie have a remarkable grimy sci-fi style.