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More images: Day #244 of Drawing an object a day
This exhibition focused on the display of the first 244 days of “Draw an object a day for 365 days“, which began on 18th August 2014,
More than 1,600 drawings were displayed on day 244 at 5th Base Gallery, East London, in small groups, individual arrangements and dense clouds.
During the show visitors were asked to vote for their favourite object drawings. Results were:
Umbrella, Half a lemon, Half a doll
Bakelite telephone, Trout, Dishcloth, Plug converter, Human skull, Latex gloves, Press-up bars, Russian dolls, Bar of soap, My keys, Souvenier bull, My keys, Roll of dustbin bags, Headphones, Belt, Seashell, Left Adidas trainer,Half a doll, Half a lemon, Edible crab, Viola, Russian gas mask, Russian gas mask bag, Mini cracker tub, Asics trainers, Banana skins, Small water bottle, Asparagus, Toilet roll, Tool bag, Ginger, Leaves, Spoons.
Individual objects from the show
Drawings were created in small series’; several drawings of each object, from different angles, with some similarity to the approach of cubists.
Each day a new object is chosen and new drawings created. These are images of some of those series’ of object drawings on display at the exhibition.
Cutter knife drawings.
Drawing of Bootle of bleach drawings.
Drawing of Plastic bottle of water drawings.
Drawing of Bottle of Oyster sauce.
Drawings of bottle of toilet gel.
Drawings of a pair of socks.
Drawings of My anaphylactic shock kit
Drawings of a bag of coffee granules.
Drawings of an external hard drive.
Drawings of a laptop
Drawing of Lynx shower gel bottle.
Drawings of a rucksack
Drawings of a slipper.
Drawings of a wooley hat
Drawings of a cereal packet.
Drawings of a wooley hat
Dustbin bag drawings
Drawings of soap
Drawings of Banana skins and keys.
Drawings of a disch cloth
Drawings of a slice of lemon
Drawings of a Russian gas mask and bag
Drawings of a plug converterer
Drawings of headphones
Drawings of a Russian doll
Drawings of a Bakerlite telephone
Drawings of root Ginger
Drawings of half a doll
Drawings of an Asics trainer and a tub of crackers.
Drawings of a Viola
Drawings on push-up bars
People interacting with the object drawings
The drawings are of objects we use in everyday life. Sometimes disposable, often overlooked, almost all are familiar and so approachable.
Side view of the object cloud.
All of the drawings are secured to the wall using cardboard splints.
Goro Shimano with object drawings.
Holding a real plastic bag alongside pdrawings of a plastic bag,