For the last ten years, every Friday, My Dog Sighs has created art on found materials and left them on the street for unsuspecting passers by to pick up, take home and love.
This short film was commissioned by My Dog Sighs and created in partnership with Strong Island Media and was designed to show behind the scenes, as it were, the creative process of how a can is born. From the end of it’s principle life as a home for food the can is then washed, sometimes aged in the garden and then crushed and painted. The particular can in this film is then dropped as part of FreeArtFriday.
Design by My Dog Sighs | Video by Strong Island Media
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