Filed under: Bethan Wood, Facarde, Public Pattern, public space, super fake | Tags: architecture, building facade, city, colour, pattern, public space, temporary
these images are of the work of Richard Wood’s , a fellow wood with a love of the super fake and a fasination of the everyday surfaces and patterns we surruond owerselfs with . He likens his work to the home make over shows , of changing room and the 60 second make over , where ‘ a lick of paint’ can fix almost anything. Woods tranforms spaces , by using large scale block prints, for example wood gain is printed with 5 different routed blocks. Wher as real wood grain would never repeat itself ! He also undertook some tempary installations taking over the surface of a home in wimberdon RENOVATION and the super tudor ‘Our houses, their decoration and the way they have been altered to suit the tastes and aspirations of every generation of owners, speak volumes about the way we see ourselves, express our hopes and recapture cherished memories. The suburbs are closely associated – in drama and literature as well as in fact – with that constant change through renovation.’ for more ifo see http://www.artworksinwimbledon.org/renovation.html.
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