Gallery: Amazing Cooking Strainer Portraits Mysteriously Pop Up in Lond...

The shadows change following the light's many angles and intensity, making one carved face seems like plenty of people.

Isaac Cordal debuted this style of strainer art a few years ago in London. His urban installations consist of casting shadows from the metal cooking strainers’ faces onto the ground using streetlight. The strainers project mysterious-looking faces that seem to be cast from dolls and even statues. ‘Cement Bleak’ works best at night, but during the day the shadows change following the movement of the sun. We like ‘Cement Bleak’ because it’s a simple project that use little and standard materials but makes a big impact.

+ Isaac Cordal 

Photo © Isaac Cordal

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1 Comment

  1. vale2453 March 21, 2014 at 1:34 pm

    A big impact indeed! More power to the artist to wake up the apathetic masses! Art speaks.

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