Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine The Photograph Gallery

As an alternative of portray with paint, British artist Benjamin Shine creates his portraits with tulle — you already know, that netting material that you simply see on numerous robes or tutus. Shine takes a single piece of tulle and proceeds to pleat, iron, and manipulate it into these hauntingly reasonable portraits full of sunshine, shadow, and dimension.

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryElizabeth Taylor (first picture additionally)

The three-dimensional items present unbelievable likeness to the individual they’re meant to painting, regardless of using such a uncooked textile.

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryElizabeth Taylor

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryAndy Warhol

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art Category

Whereas not a portrait per se, the “Arms of Time” set up is constructed from over 50 meters (approx. 164 ft) of tulle. The element created is unreal!

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryPalms of Time – in course of

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryArms of Time – shut up

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryArms of Time – element

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryPalms of Time – aspect view

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategorySheikah

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategorySheikah – in course of

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryMrs. Foster

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryGiusi

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryChloe

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine in main art CategoryJohn

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