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A Closer Look at SKET-ONE's "Our Father" Sculpture

Seasoned visual artist and OG graffiti writer SKET-ONE introduces his latest sculpture that utilizes cues from pop culture and religion to shed light on false idols. The 25″ x 16″ resin-based sculpture features none other than Star Wars character Darth Vader standing on the Death Star and donned in a priest’s cloak with outstretched arms — a biblical gesture that most have seen on more than one occasion. Joined in SKET-ONE’s studio, we learned that the piece was created to “promote thinking” and to examine how morals along with icons have changed throughout the course of history. While the 10-pound piece of art scrutinizes those who worship brands on a holy level, at the end of the day, it was created to remind fanatics on having a sense of humor. Limited to 25 pieces, more info on the “Our Father” sculpture can be found over at SKET-ONE’s homepage.

Date: /Author: Ambrose Leung /Photographer: Brandon Shigeta
Category:  Design/Tags:  Star Wars, Figures, Sculptures, Sket-One
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