Drawings created by exploding live fireworks, by Rosemarie Fiore.
This is pretty badass.
Yeah, that was pretty much my reaction, too. I wonder what LaPetiteFaon is gonna say.
Ha ha ha! Wow! It makes really nice popping out contrast for the depth, and the little exciting details are cool too. Really nice. Thanks for posting Jeff.
I couldn’t figure out the medium used just by looking at the work, I had to actually read the intro line to get it.
This is really an inspiring use of new media. Great work!
The colors she was able to get are beautiful! This is so amazing!
BOOOOOOOM! great process.
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Super awesome. It looks like ultra concentrated sidewalk chalk!
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Wow- I like the use of incendiaries. It appeals to my pyromaniacal side. I also appreciate seeing the work in process shots- very cool. I would, however, recommend some form of eye protection. Not to sound all dad-like, but you only get one pair of eyeballs.
Her process made me think of Cai Guo-Qiang (http://www.caiguoqiang.com), so it’s fun to see that the results are so different.
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Rosemarie also has some beautiful time lapse photographs generated by playing 1980s video games. Peep the work on her website : http://www.rosemariefiore.com/pages.php?content=gallery.php&navGallID=12
I love seeing innovative works using unconventional materials. Cool stuff!
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