gal weinstein: fire tire gal weinstein: fire tire
aug 12, 2012

gal weinstein: fire tire

‘fire tire’ by gal weinstein, 2010

for his installation ‘fire tire’ israeli artist gal weinstein used wax, wool, polyester wool, styrofoam and graphite to replicate burning tires emitting smoke.

some of the sculptures created for the piece reach up to 4 meters in height and were first shown at the riccardo crespi gallery, milan in 2010. ‘fire tire’ is part of an ongoing series of installations by weinstein that comment on ‘the oil age’.

‘fire tire’ by gal weinstein, 2010

‘fire tire’ by gal weinstein, 2010

— via my modernmet

  • wow, I used to make smoke and fire effects the wame way when I was building miniature war dioramas. Love the application.

    leo da nawmsaying says:
  • Add some flickering lights in the base and you\’re finished 😀

    n/a says:
  • at first wen i looked at these pics i thought they were burning tires….hats off to the talent of the artist!!!

    Ak says:
  • כל הכבוד חביבי זה מהמם

    teddy says:
  • kol hakavod habibi

    teddy says:
  • fookin brillent. more, please.

    grandee says:
  • shits lame yo, you can tell they just put the pictures through a few Photoshop filters and called it “art”

    BitchPlease says:

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