Wednesday, March 12, 2008

use your body...




...to draw


Artist Heli Hietala created the COLOURS - a set of crayons that are meant to interact with each other, creating a special type of communication.
The crayons are shaped as human beings - and their differences add a whole new dimension to drawing - or life, for that matter, as they are inspired by real people. Holding someone in your hand might feel creepy at first, but who can deny the coolness factor? :)

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Anonymous gigi said...

hey! thanks for the mention!

i had not thought about the concept of holding a body in your hands, and now i wonder if there is a way to do this discreetly while coloring. ;)

nice observation.

9:27 PM  
Anonymous hartiutze said...

super interesting! love the idea!

10:01 PM  
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