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Planet Of The Apes Portraits Created With 57,000 Stainless Steel Ball Bearings.







Artist Joe Black doesn't monkey around when it comes to interesting mosaics. Known for his assemblages crafted from vintage badges, Lego bricks and plastic toy soldiers, he's used ball bearings to recreate two portraits of Cornelius and one of Zira, the monkeys played by Roddy McDowell and Kim Hunter, respectively from Escape From Planet Of The Apes the third movie in the original movie franchise.





Mr. Black used 57,000 stainless steel ball bearings on black rubber mounted on aluminum to create his series of three portraits title "We Never Left":



Joe Black

1 comments:

michael chou said...

You did a great work.They are just balls,not ball bearing.

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.
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