Red Bull Art of Can Photos
Photos taken at Red Bull Art of Can exhibit, The Galleria, Dallas, Texas, July 30-August 22, 2010
Liberty Rising. When pursing big dreams one often comes face to face with obstacles that demand extraordinary effort to overcome. -- Irene Juliet Deely, Metal Sculptor, Boise, Idaho.
Ferdinand. Named for the bull who would rather smell flowers than fight in the ring, Time is hard to guage when you just had 50 Red Bulls. -- Hobbes Vincent, Sculptor, Dallas, Texas. Photo taken at Red Bull Art of Can exhibit, The Galleria, Dallas, Texas, July 30-August 22, 2010
The Art of Aerodynamics. 20 foot wing span and 15 feet in length, the aircraft is ready to fly over Escape. --Ethan Drew Carlson, Student, Spirit Lake, Iowa.
Escape. Stoked by Red Bull, the fish escapes the hungry duck.This took 800 hours to create. -- Craig McCudden, Artist, Columbus, Ohio.
Wear-A-Bull Southern Belle. I thought it would be beautiful to make flowers out of cans to put on a huge red ball gown. --Monica Eddleman, Fashion Artist/Designer, Brighton, Colorado.
It Gave Us Wings. The repetition of making hundreds of birds gave me the chance to speed time with my thoughts--Hai Nguyen, Web Developer, Dallas, Texas.
Happy Bullday!. Regardless of what happens each day there is always someone or something worth celebrating. --Kathryn Beale and Jennifer Beale, Granger, Texas.
Bull Jr.. This sculpture uses 1000 pull tabs, plus springs and door knobs. --Elizabeth 'Sissy' Bingham and Lynn Reagan, Dallas, Texas.
The Highlight & Warrior Angel. The Highlight, left, is made up for 66 pieces of satin in red, white, blue and yellow. --Jennifer Hope Johnson, Student, Plano, Texas. The Warrior Angle, is a collaborative effort. --Ayumi Makita Lee, David Lee, Ester Choi, all from Denton, Texas.
Mother Earth. 55 cans and 35 hours are part of this sculpture. --Tsuyoshi Ishikawa, Park Ridge, Illinois.
Pour Some Sugar On Me. The artist calls this "a metamorphis of energy into fine art." --Mikki Mallow, Artist, Dallas, Texas.
Red Bull Attacks. 1950's monster movies inspired the artist of this piece. --Thane Tennison, Round Rock, Texas.