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David Herbert, ‘VHS’ (2005

A giant copy of a VHS-version of ’2001: A space odyssey’ made out of foam, plexiglas and latex paint.


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  2. [...] David Herbert carved this giant VHS tape from foam and plexiglass by hammering it with a femur. [PietMondriaan.com] [...]

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  7. [...] A giant copy of a VHS-version of ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ made out of foam, plexiglas and latex paint by David Herbert. [...]

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  9. By El monolito de 2001 era una cinta VHS « BN on January 29, 2011 at 12:54 am

    [...] Pero mientras aquí en el viejo planeta Tierra otros prefieren crear su propia explicacion aunque sea a base de plexiglass y con forma de cinta de vídeo en formato VHS. Es el caso del artista David Herbert que ha querido de esta manera homenajear a “2001″. Como podéis apreciar ha hecho sus deberes y la ha entregado totalmente rebobinada. ?Antonio Rentero [PietMondrian] [...]

  10. [...] Pero mientras aquí en el viejo planeta Tierra otros prefieren crear su propia explicacion aunque sea a base de plexiglass y con forma de cinta de vídeo en formato VHS. Es el caso del artista David Herbert que ha querido de esta manera homenajear a “2001″. Como podéis apreciar ha hecho sus deberes y la ha entregado totalmente rebobinada. ?Antonio Rentero [PietMondrian] [...]

  11. [...] David Herbert carved this giant VHS tape from foam and plexiglass by hammering it with a femur. [PietMondriaan.com] [...]

  12. [...] David Herbert carved this giant VHS tape from foam and plexiglass by hammering it with a femur. [PietMondriaan.com] [...]

  13. [...] David Herbert carved this giant VHS tape from foam and plexiglass by hammering it with a femur. [PietMondriaan.com] [...]

  14. [...] David Herbert carved this giant VHS tape from foam and plexiglass by hammering it with a femur. [PietMondriaan.com] [...]

  15. By Best Gadgets on January 30, 2011 at 7:40 am

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  16. By El monolito de 2001 era una cinta VHS | Te Posteo on January 30, 2011 at 11:02 am

    [...] Pero mientras aquí en el viejo planeta Tierra otros prefieren crear su propia explicacion aunque sea a base de plexiglass y con forma de cinta de vídeo en formato VHS. Es el caso del artista David Herbert que ha querido de esta manera homenajear a “2001″. Como podéis apreciar ha hecho sus deberes y la ha entregado totalmente rebobinada. ?Antonio Rentero [PietMondrian] [...]

  17. [...] David Herbert carved this giant VHS tape from foam and plexiglass by hammering it with a femur. [PietMondriaan.com] [...]

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  23. [...] David Herbert’s witty tribute to 2001, “VHS,” made the internet rounds this week. A visit to his website shows several clever, pointedly handmade engagements with [...]

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