Tea Time By: Cristobal Valecillos

About

"My art form involves an innovative concept of using raw cardboard and paper, born out of a desire to create art without generating waste. This led to my inspiration to use everyday materials that are around us and craft something beautiful with them. I had a vision and invited a group of artists to collaborate with me and put together this photo shoot. I gave these elements a second chance to come alive and be a part of this unusual exhibition.

The elements I used include paper and boxes in a variety of shapes, from large pizza boxes to cereal boxes and shopping bags. I gave all these materials to my talented team and together we handcrafted what I used in front of the lens. The combination of smooth and rough textures gives the final pieces depth and character."
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    • abstract large paintings, mixed media, Photography
    • GP-0000905-01
    • 36
    • 48
    • Wooden crate
    • Limited Edition
    • Photography
    • Metal
    • Vertical
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  • Details:

    • abstract large paintings, mixed media, Photography
    • GP-0000905-01
    • 36
    • 48
    • Wooden crate
    • Limited Edition
    • Photography
    • Metal
    • Vertical

About

"My art form involves an innovative concept of using raw cardboard and paper, born out of a desire to create art without generating waste. This led to my inspiration to use everyday materials that are around us and craft something beautiful with them. I had a vision and invited a group of artists to collaborate with me and put together this photo shoot. I gave these elements a second chance to come alive and be a part of this unusual exhibition.

The elements I used include paper and boxes in a variety of shapes, from large pizza boxes to cereal boxes and shopping bags. I gave all these materials to my talented team and together we handcrafted what I used in front of the lens. The combination of smooth and rough textures gives the final pieces depth and character."