@studiocatherine Not in the slightest! Our printers just require a little extra time.
Ever wondered what to do with all your spare cassette tapes? You have heaps of them right? Donate them to a good cause, such as this!
Erika Iris Simmons is the kind of artist who will find the beauty and creativity in all things recycled. Especially your old school banging cassette tapes. Her unique and ingenious works feature recyclable materials, such as old cassette tapes, video tapes and books. These unique and innovative techniques make her work an excellent choice for a wide range of projects and purposes. Erika’s passion for self expression through art has seen her works featured in newspapers and magazines all over the world.
For more of Erika’s incredible work check out her website. www.iri5.com/
Check out some of my favourites!
Artists Statement: Did some work last year for Jung v. Matt am Neckar (German ad agency)… this was a promo for a radio station. I sculpted the cassette into designs by their art director and then sent the tape sculptures to the agency where they were photographed and made uber nice-looking. 2009
Artist Statement: Cassette tape on canvas with soundwaves. For Anthony.
Artist Statement: Great start to the year! The cassette case is painted very lightly, so you can still read “Bob Marley and the Wailers : Birth of a Legend” on the case.
Artists Statement: A really big Audrey Hepburn made entirely out of donated, recycled 8mm film.