Save the Coast

/Save the Coast

Save the Coast

By |2014-07-23T13:22:30+00:00March 4th, 2015|0 Comments
Artist: Dan Tague

The dollar bills in this picture is so much crumpled which makes it interesting because it still carries a message Save the Coast?. I find it an ingenious idea to creatively use dollar bills in sending important message to people.

About Save the Coast

This art of folded bills is considered as a contemporary art. I can see that making this artwork involves folding of bills. It might look as just a simple process but it definitely requires a lot of patience. It can definitely create an amazing result! You can get a copy of Save the Coast in Inkjet Print and on Rag Paper measuring 42.5 x 36 in.

About the Author

Dan Tague is a multi-media artist, supervisor, and activist whose works are striking. He has an MFA in Studio Arts from The University of New Orleans. He is the receiver of numerous honors and residencies including awards from The Joan Mitchell Foundation and Pollock Krasner Foundation. Dan has been a resident artist at the Santa Fe Art Institute, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and the La Napoule Art Foundation in France. Dan Tagues work is multifaceted. He has been popular for his dollar bill works which are a fusion of model, photography and political statements. Dan addresses the issues of the modern era by providing visual equivalents by the most effective methods necessary. Installations, photography and creative activism are his techniques for defying and reacting to the issues of the world today.

Thank you very much Dan Tague for allowing us to post and share your interesting artwork. If you wish to see more artworks from this artist, you can go and visit his website.

About the Author:

A person with a love and passion for puzzles.

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