Monday, 27 October 2014

Portraits Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks | My white trash family

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family". Kim taking portraits that were painted on ivory (from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries) to make a replica of them on crushed cans and fast food wrappers. Kim's idea is to play with the perception of the elite in society today.

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

A amazing series of American artist Kim Alsbrooks, based in Philadelphia, who uses crushed cans of beer or soda for creating portraits of historical figures found in museums. Kim's inspiration to create this series is that it causes frustration that some ideologies as classism are maintained,these paintings are part of "My white trash family".

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