Captured Light: Max Streicher's Figurescapes

Fraser, J. Lynn
October 2006
Surface Design Journal;Fall2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p42
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the designer Max Streicher and his sculptures and photograms. One of his creations is the "Blow," which are conjoined figures symbolizing the interdependence of humanity. The dung beetle sculpture on its back is another project that he created, together with advertising photographs of his other sculptures in spectral light of photograms.


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