Benedict Radcliffe

Published July 31, 2009 by Molly

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London-based artist Benedict Radcliffe approaches his work through a “love of machines and engineering, commercial branding and familiar logos or graphics,” often shifting their contexts or constituent materials in order to bend our minds.

You might recognize his most recent project for Classic Car Club UK: a wireframe model of a Lamborghini Koenig Countach built over the course of five months with 10mm welded steel tubes. The result looks like a three-dimensional blueprint, or a car viewed through x-ray goggles.

We think its pretty incredible–craftsman wizardry and childplay, both carried to their logical extremes.

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  1. zod says:

    This reminds me of a piece by Brody Condon, who built a Lamborghini Countach from polyurethane branches:

    http://www.tmpspace.com/needforspeed.html

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