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Specialist Links Thousands of Paper clips to Type Sculptures

While most people use paperclips in an office to keep records together, Italian artist Pietro D'Angelo uses the small metal nails to make figurative statues. Initially, the artist proved helpful with conventional sculpting components (marble and clay) but gradually changed into his present method of choice to efficiently show both things and the humanl form.

D'Angelo uses the flexible material's versatility while handling to often maintain its exclusive form and signature pattern. He smartly links the paperclips to one another firmly or generally, based on the proper execution and content he is replicating. In one piece, the artist is even able to comically simulate a flow of pee with a sequence of paperclips. There is clearly a experienced knowing of the method through experience that allows D'Angelo to control them so well.

Pietro Dangelo PaperClip Sculptures













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