Psychogeographies is the latest exhibit from Dustin Yellin, an artist from Brooklyn and features some otherworldly creations using painstaking technique. The collages are part of Yellin’s famous style, which involves creating human like creations using various materials which are then encased in glass to give a 3D effect that is very realistic. Drawings, paintings, clippings from publications such as magazines and even encyclopaedias are used for the materials, which are then stacked together before being encased. His latest exhibition is featured at the annual Art Series, having been commissioned by the New York City Ballet. Yellin’s creations closely resemble humans, taking on a humanoid shape that manages to simultaneously resemble something otherworldly. The time taken to bring such sculptures to live speaks volumes about Yellin’s commitment, as the 12 models took an incredible 6 years to make.
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