american artist christian faur uses hand-cast wax crayons as pixels to create vivid images. faur arrived at the series pushing the boundaries of material limitations. rather than using the crayons to draw with, he uses the object itself as small points of colour creating a sort of pointillist painting.
"earlier this week, brazilian artist nele azevado, carved 1,000 figures out of ice and placed them on the steps of the concert hall in berlin's gendarmenmarket square. with temperatures of 73 degrees fahrenheit, the ice figures began melting within half an hour. the project entitled 'melting men' was meant to bring awareness to the world wildlife fund's warning, that melting ice could cause sea-levels to rise more than 3.3 ft by 2100"
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