Thursday, June 05, 2008

Wax

One day I found a little art gallery by my office. One of the pieces in it was a giant heart made out of a rusty pipe covered in burning candles of various colors.

A few days later I saw some guys loading the installations into a truck and asked what was going to happen to all that wax. It was my job to save it from the trash.

I think the Saatchi Health + Wellness neon green makes a nice backdrop for these unusual scraps.

Kinda reminds me of when my brother and I melted crayons on the kitchen stove. Our technique wasn't quite so good though.

3 comments:

TritonD said...

Really good pics!! My son does the same type of photography.

Bradley L. Hill said...

Fascinating! I can stare at it for hours!

Rachel said...

Seth Hill! So I found you through Eddie and Andrea. 1) I thought of you the other day. I was reading an article on social networking sites, and remembered how you were one of the BYU early-adopters, telling everyone that Friendster would change their lives. 2) I love the wax. 3) I'm in love with Michael Stipe and absolutely jealous. 4) I'm also so glad you have the Young@Heart trailer here. Super film, right?