Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


    Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


    Perhaps providing social commentary on the way in which everyday life tends to burn people out over time, German artist Wolfgang Stiller has created [Matchstick Men.] Appearing on their own and in matchbox-like [coffins,] the collection was created in Stiller’s studio by combining various head molds and bamboo wood scraps that were left over from a film production in Beijing.


    Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


    Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


    Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


    Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


    Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


    Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


    Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


    Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks




    Wolfgang Stiller
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Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


Perhaps providing social commentary on the way in which everyday life tends to burn people out over time, German artist Wolfgang Stiller has created [Matchstick Men.] Appearing on their own and in matchbox-like [coffins,] the collection was created in Stiller’s studio by combining various head molds and bamboo wood scraps that were left over from a film production in Beijing.


Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks


Wolfgang Stiller’s Human Matchsticks




Wolfgang Stiller
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