3D Screw Portraits / Andrew Myers> it has been modified: 2011 June 03> di Benedict Flowers
Andrew Myers creates three-dimensional portraits screwing 8.000 10.000 screws at different depths in a plywood panel, then he paints over the head of each screw to improve the effect 3D.
Born in Germany and raised in Spain, since his childhood, Andrea Myers was artistically influenced by the life and European culture.At the age of 20 years,
She attended the Art Institute of Southern California (now known as Laguna College of Art and Design); no previous artistic training Myers was allowed under natural talent and his portfolio of work.
Many of his works are known nationally, but is probably most famous for his Ritratti 3D of screws. The interesting thing is that Myers is not based on any software during drilling screws, but follows his imagination.
The artist says: "I consider this a traditional sculpture and all my screws are at different depths".
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