Los Angeles Electric Isle
The artist works in layers of graphite and translucent resin, which create an especially nice effect in vintage tins. Imagine if you picked up a rusty old tin on an abandoned worksite or in an old mining town, opened it, and found someone's half-remembered memory inside - gradually accreted there like candle wax. Salzwedel's work is a little like that.
Little Anacin Tin
High Forest Tin
Those are exquisite. I especially fancy the forest tin.
love love love them
Cool. And very "you."
Oh my, these are absolutely beautiful, ethereal and evocative. They remind me of dreams I used to have where I would hold a picture in my hands and it would move/animate, like watching a movie.
These are totally awesome!
Thank you for the summary we are going some justin tv for some one its really good...
What a clever concept and poetically executed as well. I imagine he is a quickly snapped up artist with work like this.
This is great!