Three-Dimensional Artworks out of Konfetti-kunst by Peter Combe

Today we feature Peter Combe , a talented San Francisco-based artist who creates three-dimensional artworks out of Konfetti-kunst, that he stamps out of paint swatches and other everyday materials.

This is how the artist describes what he does and why he does it:

I am consumed by the subtle magic that occurs when playing with light, color and movement in my art making. Whether punched or shredded, I appropriate household paint swatches and make mostly 3 dimensional artworks. These artworks transform and change subtly as the viewer shifts from his/her vantage point. There is a magic that occurs, a trick of the eye where color seems to occupy space – a void – at once ethereal, yet seen from another angle the whole appears as if a ghostly image, veiled in gossamer. It is these characteristics that propel me forward and to continue experimenting with the interplay of color, light and movement.

You can also follow the artist on Instagram.








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