Sardine Packages

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This is the project I’ve been most exited about so far this Fall. I’m taking another Junior Illustration class, and our professor, Alain Corbel, had us design a series of five sardine tin packages. I would never eat sardines, but I had a hell of a good time making these.

I was inspired to work this way after seeing Vik Muniz’ documentary “Waste Land” over the summer. Its great, you should watch it. I have never done found object collages before, but I loved it. I should clarify that, with the exception of the leafy sardine, by “found object” I actually mean “stuff I had collected over the years just in case it would come in handy one day.” Well it did come in handy, finally!

Here are the five  “found object” sardines I created for my project, by themselves:

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2 responses to “Sardine Packages

  1. Bellwether Today

    These are SOOO awesome! The sardines are great and so is the work for the back of the package. Simplesmente fantástico! Besides, I love sardines. Omega-3, no mercury, not endangered, tasty, etc.

  2. This is so cool, sculptural and playful-especially for those of us who collect stuff… it all falls into place when you need a certain image!

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