Jason Mecier's 3-D Collage Portrait - Stevie Nicks
Everybody has one. That one drawer we toss miscellaneous items into. It might contain useless stuff or important daily necessities. Regardless, it gives us a peak into our personality. San Francisco based artist Jason Mecier has taken the idea of the junk drawer and turned it into an unusual form of artwork. He uses celebrities’ trash and personal belongings (often donated by the subject themselves) and turns them into fascinating 3-D collage portraits. Each portrait reflects the celebrity’s true essence and contains items you might associate with them – pasta and beans for foodie Rachael Ray, pills for rocker Courtney Love and poker chips for current singing icon Lady Gaga.
Jason Mecier's 3-D Collage Portrait - Rachael Ray
Jason Mecier's 3-D Collage Portrait - Donald Trump
Jason’s work has been featured at venues around the Bay Area and in publications such as Rolling Stone, People and Entertainment Weekly. Now you have the opportunity to see these one-of-a-kind portraits in person. Jason Mecier's work is currently on display at 5 Claude Lane in San Francisco until July 10, 2010. If you’re in the area, stop by and take a look at these clever creations.
More information: 5 Claude Lane Gallery
5 Claude Lane, San Francisco, CA 94108
Location: off Bush or Sutter Streets parallel to Kearney