Artist Creates Giant Anamorphic Portrait of Helen Keller with Donated Clothes
Artists never stop at one thing. Every time when they create something amazing, it encourages them to create much better next time. Just like this artist named Noah Scalin.
As he is doing a series of site-specific portrait, Skull-a-Day, where he is making distinct huge portraits, this time he used donated thrift store clothing to create a giant anamorphic portrait of the incredible Helen Keller.
He specifically created this piece for the Spring/Break Art Show 2017 in New York City.