How I found this video, I don't know. But it's most probably the result of some procrastinating... It's a 5 minute interview with artist Benjamin Shine. I've only known tulle from the tutu's, but apparently it can be turned into amazing pieces of art too, I've never seen anything like it! I love these kinds of videos, so if you know of other short films about artists (or maybe you have your own video) and their works, please feel free to share a link in the comment section below. Enjoy!
Oh WOW! Benjamin's work is stunning! Thanks for sharing this, Marieken. Very inspiring. Can't get over how he was able to create these stuff with tulle. That one with the hands....MIND BLOWN!ReplyDelete
His work is AMAZING! What a unique medium he thought to work with. I love the softness the tulle gives the artwork.ReplyDelete
Incredible work that has an ephemeral quality. Absolutely stunning!ReplyDelete
wow...that is amazing....even hubby enjoyed watching it.ReplyDelete
That's truly amazing! The tulle softens the image. Lovely! p.s. I'd be afraid to use my iron on tulle ;-)ReplyDelete
Wow that is amazing! I especially love the dancers' figures emerging from a mass of wispy tool...it almost looks like a special effect in a movie. It's a nice reminder that we can make beautiful things out of the simplest materials. :)ReplyDelete
Isn't it funny how we can stumble upon some really great videos (and other things) by complete accident?ReplyDelete
I wanted to stop by and say thank you for keeping in touch via Instagram. I've been away from the blogging world almost all of 2016, but I've been able to see your IG posts almost daily! I love it, and so since my internet connection is back (and a little better than before), I wanted to stop by your lovely blog and say hello!
~ Kim @2justByou