I have always liked painting and crafting and experimenting with new things.
Round three during the christmas holidays: Most popular variants, new experiments and also some "simpler" forms and colors.
Chandelier made from wood, cardboard and lots of styroform balls (height: 2.6m). Made for the musical production "Lost in Time"
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Round two during the semester break: This time I only concentrated on four different "primary formats".
As a preparation for the musical production "Lost in Time", a 1:20 model to support planning the staging of the performance.
After many years once again - candles poured from melted remains. The first round were mainly experiments with shapes and coloring.
Lyra made from papier mâché and acrylic spray paint. Made for the production of "Orpheus and Eurydice" by the CVJK.
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Painting of a map of ancient egypt on a large cloth canvas. Made for our production of the broadway musical AIDA.
Lances built from wooden sticks, cardboard cuts and acryplic paint. Made for our production of the broadway musical AIDA.
© Bruno Mattos
Pillars constructed from wood and cardboard, encased with papier mâché and sand. Two parts combined make up a 4m high pillar.
Fans made from cardboard, wood and acrylic paint. Made for our production of the broadway musical AIDA.
Stage background: A 7x14m large silhouette, pinned to the back, illuminated by light spots during the play.
Also part of the staged design, made of wood, papier mâché and plaster, coated with acrylic paint The wheel is fully rotatable.