colour spectrum / Chinese ink / look-through / multiple views / glue free / pixel
frames without backsides, look-through effect
small square red/18 x 18cm/sold
small moon/d= 20cm
small circle red/d=12cm/sold
plexi frontside/13 x 13cm
big red/22 x 40cm/sold
plexi backside/13 x 13cm
che guevara/40 x 25cm/sold
jimi hendrix/54 x 34cm/sold
installation/40 x 22cm
1 frame – 2 designs / look-through effect
view 1: Tour Eiffel
view 2: Arc de Triomphe
1 frame – 4 designs / look-through effect
view 1, red and grey (wall)
view 3, black and orange (kanji yume – dream)
view 2, green and pink (flowerfield)
view 4, blue and white (sky)
In 2015, I started my first prototyp. Since then I’ve created about 25 frames.
I have two different techniques to colour the paper rolls:
– I dunk hundreds of rolled paper into Chinese ink, to get a wide colour spectrum.
– I colour the pieces of paper with felt pens, before rolling them. It is very colourful, but with fewer shades.
Improving the felt pen technique led me to colour the paper in order to create a double effect:
depending on the point of view (from the left side or the right side), one can see two different pictures.
Then, my goal was to succeed with a technical challenge:
colouring the paper so that both front and back side could offer two different points of view.
Have you viewed the video to see how it looks?