Keane Takes the Form of Photo-Mâché Sculpture

Keane Takes the Form of Photo-Mâché Sculpture
Design
Christine Huang
  • 13 october 2008

Keane’s most recent release, Perfect Symmetry, includes some eye-catching album artwork by Osang Gwon, under the art direction of Tourist design studio’s Rob Chenery. Gwon is a Korean artist known for his sculptures made from hundreds of photographs of his subject, mashed together to create a surreal (and a bit freaky) 3-D depiction of them. His method, a sort of photo-mâché, brings the members of Keane to life in a truly unique way. Gwon explained his process to Creative Review in a recent interview:

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