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Sarape blanket, wood, nails, enamel… now that is a fantastic materials list! Texas based artist Adrian Esparza deconstructs and then reconstructs Mexican sarape blankets, viewing them as “an evolving self-portrait.” He transforms them from their traditional, original form into stunning, modern geometric installations poetically exploring the idea of his identity as a Mexican-American growing up on the border of these two cultures. I would love to see this work in person… this is the best I can do today:

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Stunning.

{all images via Taubert Contemporary; found via Pattern Pulp}






comments (9)

  1. Aris Moore /// 06.15.2015 /// 7:22am

    WOW!! Gorgeous!

  2. Elissa S Nesheim /// 06.15.2015 /// 9:01am

    fascinating. i love these… so powerful.

  3. Tristesse Seeliger /// 06.15.2015 /// 2:19pm

    Beautiful – Love

  4. Tamara Arcilla /// 06.22.2015 /// 2:21pm

    Wow! Love the colorful perspective play!

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  9. Bob Harloff /// 01.19.2016 /// 4:12pm

    Wonderful ideas!







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