Holy Sheet

A contest by the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, where the artists were limited to using a single sheet of paper, has sparked some impressive results. Not quite pixel art, but certainly minimalist.

Check out the entries here.

Posted by iSTVAN @ 2/15/2008 18:52  |    9


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littlesapphire (Level 5 Rokkyu) @ 2/17/2008 06:59
I was actually just looking at those last light.  Check out this site:


That's the guy's website and there are a lot of other pieces by him on it.

DayDream (Level 4 Deputy) @ 2/16/2008 22:01
wow - that is imagination to the max... and definetly no fear of the empty paper...

BlackDragon (Level 11 Godfather) @ 2/16/2008 11:21

Amazing! I may have to try this out sometime.

Metaru (Level 8 Brigadier General) @ 2/16/2008 08:21
indeed, amazing all of them, and prety much inspiring.

Larwick (Level 8 Regional Boss) @ 2/16/2008 04:52
Wow, that was awesome. I adored the ones with the tree, man hanging and the skeleton, great concepts. And then the one with the massive towering house thing (was it massive? i couldnt tell). Awesome find iST, thanks!
And wow i just looked at the others, the boat one in the stream was awesome, and then the big castle was neat.
At any rate this is my favourite, i love how they cut out the chair to look like a shadow.
Lovin the whole page, seen the sidewalk things before but then the hand ones are sweeet.

dumbo (Level 4 Mercenary) @ 2/15/2008 20:20
That entire page is amazing (finger painting elephant!!!)!!!

iSTVAN (Level 8 Cannibal) @ 2/15/2008 19:10
Did you click the second link? The first just links to the gallery home page.

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