Two cardboards with bits of text from an Italian box.
In "homework with black square" (left) is a calculation my father once made for me long ago.
In "homework I", I also added a small piece of an old rag that was once a fitted sheet.
"White"and "Blue". The piece left was originally the backside of the piece right.
In "Bolzano" and "Italia" I've used parts of the cover of an italian roadmap.
In "Don't look back"(left) and "Book" I've used a kind of notation paper to work on.
This week's drawing challenge is "second hand" and I've looked for examples in which the material gets a second life.
To see more on the theme please visit Joke's blog spiegel-beeld . Thank you Joke for hosting this dc.
i like that element in your work. it fits the colour tones gingerly. n♥
I love these! Especially the "homeworks"
I like the way you used in a new composition. It becomes something new while it's old. You gave history a new level!
second life art
each is a joy to see
Well done Eric. There are a lot of us who enjoy re-purposing bits of ephemera and using them in art. That's my most favourite thing to do. Hope your weekend is rolling along nicely.
Hi eric, a wonderful collection of your collages and what better proof of how handy 2nd hand items are for us collagist can one make?! Love it!
You are clever in maintaining your own style using such a variety of materials. Love your work.
Your use of second-hand materials is always effective, Eric.
What a great series of 2nd hand included material! I totally love the two italian roadmap versions. So powerful and dynamic! I love red anyway, so these are surely my favourites.
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