Meticulous Sculptures Made from Mundane Objects by Takahiro Iwasaki
A visual artist from Japan Takahiro Iwasaki creates the Out of Disorder series of meticulous sculptures, built from such mundane objects that you’d hardly consider a possible art medium. He scrupulously carves topographical maps on thick grey or blue electric tape rolls and builds miniature constructions from such absurdly common objects as toothbrush bristles.
Using these unexpected tools, Takahiro stresses the notion of how urbanization and civilization grows out of disorder. In his work, civilization is represented by such objects as accurate miniatures of electrical towers, and their fragility makes you think about the message of the world order that the artist is trying to convey.