There’s something about the juxtaposition between geometric shapes and the human figure that really speaks to me. I’m not totally sure what it’s saying, but it always grabs me. Contradictions, be it color, line, form, are powerful and I appreciate that. Willy Verginer exemplifies those ideas with his playful wood sculptures—in their positioning and color.
I want one for my front room. That way, instead of having just me creeping on my neighbors through the window, it’ll look like I have a friend. Normal people have friends, right?