When the recycling is at the heart of the creative process, it necessarily gives achievements that have more meaning than the mere aesthetic and purely visual. Today, we invite you to discover Jean-Luc Cornec, a French artist from Britain and expatriate in Germany who has a particular method to give life to adorable sheep.
Jean-Luc Cornec is a real "King of recovery" which possesses in its arsenal many old objects fallen into disuse. And among his favorite accessories, we find the dial phone who has been bowing for a long time. But Jean-Luc Cornec found him a second use, since he likes to create sculptures of sheep by hijacking dial phones. In short, the face of the sheep is illustrated by the phone itself, while the telephone cable is used to illustrate the body and wool of the animal. And it is clear that despite the unusual side of these creations, these sheep sculptures are rather realistic and give the illusion of having a real pasture.
The amazing works of Jean-Luc Cornec have been exposed to Museum of Communications of Frankfort. And if he is relatively unknown in France, the artist is rather popular in Germany where his creations federate many worshipers. We let you discover below an overview of his work and we invite you to visit the portfolio of Jean-Luc Cornec to learn more about the artist.
Imagined by: Jean-Luc Cornec