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Riippuvaa Formula-anatomiaa Saturday, August 5, 2006

Posted by Sami Oinonen in brändit, taide.
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Hollantilainen taiteilija Paul Veroude on luonut hieman kärsivällisyyttä vaatineen kolmiulotteisen räjäytyskuvan Honda Racing F1-kilpurista. Hänen teoksessaan “View Suspended” auton kaikki 3200 osaa (vähän!) riippuvat lankojen varassa. Mies on aiemminkin kunnostautunut vastaavanlaisilla töillä.

Kaiken kaikkiaan astetta vaikeampaa kuin kotoisen himmeliarmeijan virittäminen.

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1. Robert Broadfoot - Tuesday, August 15, 2006

It is disappointing to see a plagiarised idea getting so much interest. Stefan Sous has been creating exploded suspended cars and other objects since 1992. See “taxi”, “explosion” , ” berliner luftpost”, “buffet déplacé” for example at http://www.stefansous.com. Sadly his original idea has already been famously plagiarised by Damian Ortega.

2. Sami Oinonen - Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Well, what do I know, the exploded F1 just looks cool, even without any artistic context. The blogosphere is just filled with guys like me that want to share seemingly cool stuff, that then turns out to be garbage.

But you might be right, Paul Veroude could be just a patient copy-cat of both Sous’ and Ortega’s work. But Sous’ real exploded views are not that original either as he must have stolen those from exploded engine drawings🙂

I was not familiar with Stefan Sous, thanks for the hint. His work looks interesting. As did Ortega’s Beetle, which I saw live in 2003, it kicked ass, and it had a purpose!

Luckily, I had this post on Paul Veroude, otherwise I still wouldn’t know anything on Sous. After all, there must be something good with Veroude’s plagiarism.


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