Found these via the Guardian the other week.
I thought we'd take a break from strict
Love these collections.
If you did artwork like this it would give you a license to be a very happy packrat.
Something some of us can only dream of, but not everyone attains.
The artist's website is here.
I'm hoping he's a very busy guy because the last bit of "news"
posted there dates from 2015.
This little collection of "dummy's" as they call them in England is kind of poignant isn't it? I kind of miss the sweet little mouths that each must have once belonged too. And I wonder, where did these pacifiers end up? Covered in sand on a beach, washed ashore on a dark stormy day? Dug out of a storm drain or crushed under a tire and left to bob along an asphalt roadway? Left in the seat pocket of an airplane?
There's a formal abstraction to these "vignettes".
But they are also poetic and evocative. Don't you think? Mr. Heygarth also does some very much more "serious" and large scale stuff. Though some of it still IS garbage. Check out his website!
And have a lovely weekend? Yes? Please?
(it's been such a sad week. stay safe too.)