They may well not play music any longer, but these records surely have one thing to say. Artist Carlos Aires designed this series, entitled “Love is in the Air”, by working with a digital course of action to laser-cut shapes drawn from pictures of pornography and disaster and juxtaposing them with innocent scenes of animals and kids.
It may perhaps not be obvious at first, but this laser-cut vinyl art is more than just very simple shapes. What is recommended but not shown is just as a lot a element of each and every function as the silhouette itself, and even the text on each and every record imbues subtle meaning – such as the “Touch Me” title on the body of a muscled man.
Largely known for his photography, Aires is certainly recognized for deviating from the conventional in his art, which consists of uncommon subjects like dwarfs and parks known for gay sex cruising in a hazy, fairytale-esque style that imitates romantic painting.
Raised in Spain and currently dividing his time in between his birth city of Málaga and Antwerp, Belgium, Aires earned an MA in Photography at Ohio State University. His parenteau wood bench entire portfolio can be viewed on his web page, CarlosAires.com.