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100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past…

100 Years Later is the title of an ongoing project by artist Maico Akiba, whereby she meticulously manipulates everyday objects with dirt, moss, rust and other materials making them look aged and from an era long gone.

MAICO AKIBA PAINTS MODERN OBJECTS TO MAKE THEM SEEM 100 YEARS OLD

Maico Akiba paints modern objects to make them seem 100 years old

With his project Years Later", the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past. With meticulous aging process, Maico

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Japanese artist Maico Akiba paints objects to make them look like they've decayed from age. In her ongoing project entitled Years.

objects and artefacts - Google Search

objects and artefacts - Google Search

Below: Sally’s “Tower of Pans” sculpture from 1996; 81” tall  x 34” in diameter.

Florida-based artist Sally Mankus uses old kitchenware, including pot lids and pans, to create mixed-media works. Pictured above: A Dallas installation view. Below: Sally’s “Tower of Pans” sculpture.

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