Thursday, May 3, 2012

A Creative Art of Money in Amazing Geometric Shapes...

Christie Malkoff – Canadian artist who loves to travel. She studied at the College of Art and Design Chelsea and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Emily Carr Institute in Vancouver in 2005. In his series titled “Pieces of money,” Christie uses colorful notes from around the world, adding and turning them into amazing geometric shapes. I think the work is very creative and beautiful, have a look...

1. A series of “polyhedron” – the star of the currencies of four countries – Brazil, Egypt and Bolivia, made in 2008. 6.35 cm x 6.35 cm x 6.35 cm .

2. A series of “polyhedron” – a ball of two five-dollar bills Canadian, made in 2008. 5 cm x 5 cm x 5 cm

3. A series of “polyhedron” – honeysuckle flower notes of 8 different countries (Cambodia, China, Costa Rica, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Russia, Brazil, Peru), made in 2008. 5.84 cm x 5.84 cm x 5.84 cm .

4. A series of “polyhedron” – Barb from 3 denominations of Zambia, Brazil and Peru in 2008. 5 cm x 5 cm x 5 cm.

5. A series of “polyhedron” – a desert cactus from eight denominations of Cambodia, China, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Bolivia, Iraq, Paraguay and Russia. 5.84 cm x 5.84 cm x 7.62 cm.

6. A series of “polyhedron” – a dodecahedron (a dodecahedron) of 3 bills Peru, Argentina and Cambodia. 6.35 cm x 6.35 cm x 6.35 c.

7. A series of “polyhedron” – the flower of the three Iraqi Iraqi dinar. 5.84 cm x 5.84 cm x 5.84 cm.

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