Absolutely amazing shadow art produced by Kumi YAMASHITA.
These beautiful silhouettes are created by simple objects and lighting only. Definitely not a simple planning, though... Really fascinating and therapeutic.
The above work is Building Block, 1997 exhibited at Boise Art Museum in Idaho. The building blocks of various widths on the wall, lit from the right, casts a silhouette of a woman.
City View, 2003
Nanba Parks Tower, Osaka Japan
The numbers scattered on the wall, lit from the right, cast a silhouette of a woman.
Stellar Place Sapporo JR Tower, Hokkaido Japan
The thin metal object on the wall, lit from above, casts the silhouette of a couple.
Akiru Municipal Medical Center, Tokyo Japan
The wooden object on the wall, lit from below, casts a silhouette of a figure.
New Mexico History Museum, Santa Fe
40 objects on the wall cast profiles of residents in New Mexico when lit.
Two silhouettes are connected together when lit.
Microsoft Art Collection
The number and the alphabet blocks, lit from the left, cast a silhouette of a man's profile.
Exclamation Point, 2003
The exclamation point casts a silhouette of a question mark.
now thats dope!
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