Sunday, 20 November 2011

Dry the River

"The project came about after we introduced Xavier to a new band signed to RCA called Dry The River," explains FOAM's Phil Clandillon. "It turned out they really liked the paper-craft work he'd done as part of his fictional contemporary art exhibition,Retrospective. We thought it would be interesting to make 3D posters, and we set him the extra challenge of making them huge. He ended up creating these rather marvelous three-dimensional paper-craft horses at B0 size.

"The flat, poster component was screen printed by Bob Eight Pop in East London," Clandillon continues, "and the paper horse structures were designed in 3D using Google Sketch Up, before being printed out in their component parts and hand-assembled. Each horse structure took around 35 hours to complete."

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