Walter Miranda
Plastic Artist

14 Bis


Technique: oil + digitized images on paper + computer board + ball  Dimensions: 30 x 33 x 37 cm


This work is a tribute to the Brazilian Santos Dumont, inventor of the airplane 14Bis, also known as Oiseau de Proie, who won the Archdeacon Award and the French Aeroclub Award by flying 220 meters in Paris on November 12, 1906.


The work was done with sawed and ground computer boards to build both the globe and the plane and various illustrations of the globe and Santos Dumont.


Walter Miranda
Ateliê Oficina FWM de Artes
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