kyle bean: what came first and new work
 
kyle bean: what came first and new work
may 13, 2012

kyle bean: what came first and new work

kyle bean: what came first and new work ‘what came first?‘chicken made from eggshells

 

 

british designer kyle bean specialises in hand made models, sets and tactile illustrations. his work is extraordinarily detailed and uses a range of everyday materials and found objects including paper, wood and even eggshells. here is new work born out of conceptual thinking and craftsmanship. kyle bean is represented by blinkart .

kyle bean: what came first and new work ‘what came first?‘ close-up

kyle bean: what came first and new work ‘what came first?‘ close-up

kyle bean: what came first and new work the making of ‘what came first?‘

kyle bean: what came first and new work mens health ‘heart’ a paper anatomical heart created for an article about heart disease in mens health magazine. photography: owen silverwood

kyle bean: what came first and new work CUT magazine: ‘soft guerilla’ a series of weapons made from harmless materials. photography: sam hofman

kyle bean: what came first and new work CUT magazine: ‘soft guerilla’ a series of weapons made from harmless materials. photography: sam hofman

kyle bean: what came first and new work the making

kyle bean: what came first and new work ‘tube map’ zone one of the london underground map made from drinking straws. photos: jean-luc brouard

kyle bean: what came first and new work zone one of the london underground map made from drinking straws

kyle bean: what came first and new work close-up

kyle bean: what came first and new work ‘belt drive’ a playful construction of branded leather belts for intersection magazine. photography: sam hofman

kyle bean: what came first and new work close-up

kyle bean: what came first and new work project sketch

dozens of paper cuts, hundreds of models and an infinite amount of patience … the making of ‘just add fuel’ for peugeot.

 

  • Paper, straws, patience galore and infinitive creativity! Gorgeous!

    vania pinto says:
  • I just love the eggshelled chicken! Beautiful concept. It is uncannily feathery.

    sultony says:
  • i saw the works at colette , wonderful !

    julien says:

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