London 2012 Olympic Games: Three Four Letter Words in Braille
This is a piece of Conceptual Art. This follows on from the previous version 'London 2012 Olympic Games: Three Four Letter Words in Braille' (limited stock left)
The artist has taken the previous digital work and superimposed this over a photograph taken of the Olympic Stadium at the London Olympic Games in 2012. The photograph was taken in 2012, however it's appearance has now been changed due to re-development. The Olympic Stadium is currently being re-developed for the UK football team (soccer in USA), West Ham United (known as the Hammers) and is due for completion in August 2016, with increased capacity of 60,000 and Europe's largest wrap around digital screen on the outside. Superimposed onto the Photograph of the Stadium is an message in Braille from the previous Games, and ironically linking the old into new football Stadium. This is a concept that the Artist is intending to develop further for the for-coming Rio 2016 Olympic Games, depending on the number of likes.
The Olympic Rings have been arranged in a pattern of six circles grid as used in Braille, to spell a Letter. Contains a series Four horizontal letters, spelling a Four Letter word from the Games, and Three Words arranged Vertically. This has been rotated from portrait to landscape to fit on the page, ie. rotated by 90' (See last image for Braille Letter key)
See previous works inspired by Olympic Games below:
This is part of the Artwork a Day Project, (in which Artfinder Artist, produce a piece of Original Artwork a Day) see Link below for other Artists work:
Artwork a Day Link: https://www.artfinder.com/u/galleryrosalind/collections/an-artwork-a-day/.
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