Tags: 2012, Daniel Agdag, detail, drawings, hand, motion, PVA
Sets for a Film I’ll Never Make is a series of cardboard sculptures made by Melbourne-based artist Daniel Agdag. Each peice is made entirely by hand without detailed plans. The whole thing is strictly improvised. Daniel says it’s like sketching with cardboard. A fine, sharp knife, some wood glue, cardboard, and his innate artistic sense are all that Daniel used in aking his sculptures.
See more of his work here.
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