Okay, I love everything about these giant, soft, pleather ‘n polyester filled sculptures! The huge, limp Sriracha? Don’t get me started on how much I love THAT. This is the work at New York based artist Al Freeman. All of these pieces were part of her show last year at 56 HENRY in New York. Here’s a blurb from the gallery’s site:
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“Variously depicting everyday objects, including a beer can; a black soda can; a human foot; a human head; a hammer; a LaserDisc; a lava lamp; and a paper toilet seat cover; the works exaggerate items typically associated with masculine household settings. The sculptures drain objects of their virility and invest them with humor, replacing rigid geometries with flaccid forms.”