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Katman Katman Hayvan Portreleri

Katman Katman Hayvan Portreleri

Kağıt sanatçısı Patrick Cabral, Starbucks Filipinler’in dekorasyonu için yaptığı fil, kaplan ve kuş üçlemesiyle dikkatleri çekti.

Kağıt kesme sanatının çağdaş örnekleri insanın başını döndürecek detaylara sahip. Sanatçılar ise bu el emeği göz nuru çalışmalara ayırdıkları zamanı, iyileştirici bir süreç gibi tarif ediyor çoğu zaman. Myriam Dion’ın dantel dokur gibi sabırla kestiği gazetelerden ürettiği sanat eserleri, Noe Arata’nın kağıttan masal illüstrasyonları, Veerle Coppoolse’un kağıttan Zoetrop’u son dönemde yer verdiğimiz etkileyici örneklerdendi. Patrick Cabral da kağıt keserek tasarladığı hayvan portreleriyle kağıt sanatı adına farklı bir yorum ortaya koyuyor.

Patrick Cabral’dan Starbucks Filipinler için üçleme

Filipinler’de yaşayan kağıt sanatçısı Patrick Cabral, özellikle Starbucks Filipinler’in dekorasyonu için yaptığı fil, kaplan ve kuş üçlemesiyle dikkatleri çekti. Her bir hayvan, Starbucks’un kahve çekirdeklerini yetiştirdiği ülkelerden birini temsil ediyor. Quetzal olarak adlandırılan uzun ve göz alıcı renkte tüylere sahip kuş, Orta Amerika’ya mahsus bir tür ve Guetemala’yı temsil ediyor. Kaplan Sumatra’yı, fil ise Kenya’yı temsil eden bir sembol. Her biri beyaz, siyah ve altın renkte detaylarla bezenmiş. Sanatçı bu üçlemedeki katmanların sağlam ve uzun ömürlü olması için MDF kullanmış.

Patrick Cabral bu üçlemenin öncesindeki kağıt portrelerinde; aslan, balina, böcek, kutup ayısı, goril, deniz kaplumbağası ve kurt gibi vahşi yaşamdan yaşamdan hayvanları ve bir de ejderhayı ele almış.

Patrick Cabral’ın çalışmalarını, Internet sitesi ve Instagram’ı üzerinden takip edebilirsiniz.

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Whale, take 2. Forgot to properly crop it 🙂

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Finished working on this piece yesterday. I started working on this last November. It took me a lot of revisions before I got to this design. I am trying to see how big I can get with my layered paper sculpture and the answer seems to be 6ft wide. Dragon was probably the very first project that I want to do with my layered style. I was afraid to do it because I was sure that It would take me a long time to finish it. It has close to 200 layers and is made of gold PVC sheets. This is the most technical project that I ever made to date. The main challenge was making the scales looks so fluid. I always love dragon. In many culture it's the symbol of the outsider, the enemy. From the great snake in Genesis, to the dragons of the Arthurian legend. In Asia however, it was considered as a powerful god. I was always fascinated with this figure. I think this would be as close that I can get to seeing a dragon in real life. My goal for this exercise is to finish a large piece that's fitting for the lobby of hotels and high-end restaurants. And Yes, it's for sale.

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It’s almost weekend in my side of the world, but before I get some rest, here’s another paper cut for my @wwfphilippines and @aoklife collab. Here’s a fun fact I didn’t know about gorillas. Around the nose, there are a few wrinkles unique to each gorilla, a fact used by scientists to quickly identify them in the wild. All species (and sub-species) of gorilla are listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List.[12] Threats to gorilla survival include habitat destruction and poaching for the bushmeat trade. In 2004, a population of several hundred gorillas in the Odzala National Park, Republic of Congo was essentially wiped out by the Ebola virus.[67] A 2006 study published in Science concluded more than 5,000 gorillas may have died in recent outbreaks of the Ebola virus in central Africa. The researchers indicated in conjunction with commercial hunting of these apes, the virus creates "a recipe for rapid ecological extinction".[68] Conservation efforts include the Great Apes Survival Project, a partnership between the United Nations Environment Programme and the UNESCO, and also an international treaty, the Agreement on the Conservation of Gorillas and Their Habitats, concluded under UNEP-administered Convention on Migratory Species. The Gorilla Agreement is the first legally binding instrument exclusively targeting gorilla conservation; it came into effect on 1 June 2008. You can purchase the artwork at https://www.aoklife.com/auctions/32/Patrick-Cabral/Gorilla or follow the link on my profile. I’m donating 50% to @wwfphilippines Find out more about WWF’s initiative on Rhinos at https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/gorilla Follow @Aoklife to find out how you can help Charitable Institutions raise funds.

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Today's artwork for my @aoklife and @wwfphilippines collab is a sea turtle. I'm always reminded of a joke by George Carlin where he suggest that “plastic" could be the answer to our age-old philosophical question “Why are we here?” It's funny until you see marine animals wrapped in plastic. There was even a National Skip the Straw Day that was first celebrated last Feb. 24, so people would stop using drinking straw for at least a day. "Seven different species of sea (or marine) turtles grace our ocean waters, from the shallow seagrass beds of the Indian Ocean, to the colorful reefs of the Coral Triangle, and even the sandy beaches of the Eastern Pacific. WWF’s work on sea turtles focuses on five of those species: green, hawksbill, loggerhead, leatherback and olive ridley. Human activities have tipped the scales against the survival of these ancient mariners. Nearly all species of sea turtle are classified as Endangered. Slaughtered for their eggs, meat, skin and shells, sea turtles suffer from poaching and over-exploitation. They also face habitat destruction and accidental capture in fishing gear. Climate change has an impact on turtle nesting sites. It alters sand temperatures, which then affects the sex of hatchlings. WWF is committed to stop the decline of sea turtles and work for the recovery of the species. We work to secure environments in which both turtles—and the people that depend upon them—can survive into the future. " You can purchase the artwork at https://www.aoklife.com/auctions/31/Patrick-Cabral/Turtle or follow the link on my profile. I’m donating 50% to @wwfphilippines Find out more about WWF’s initiative on Rhinos at https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/sea-turtle Follow @Aoklife to find out how you can help Charitable Institutions raise funds.

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