Even more 270’s . . .
Victor Solomon ‘s over the top “Literally Balling” series has continued on in incredible form, with this wild China variation of a basketball, named, Moonshot VS.004.
Made in conjunction with ceramicist Brock Deboer, the ballin’ out sculpture has been baked fresh from the kiln, utilizing peices of reconstructed traditional China porcelain, gold dust and resin. The design takes cues from the ancient Japanese practice of ceramic repair, Kintsugi, highlighting the cracks and repairs as formative parts of an object’s history.
This art piece is limited to 33 balls only, and can be purchased at Literally Balling for a mere $2.5k
Kintsugi – the ancient Japanese practice of ceramic repair, celebrates a vessels imperfections by re-joining it’s parts with gold dust and resin – highlighting the cracks and repairs as formative parts of an object’s history. ✨ In collaboration with ceramicist Brock Deboer ( @b_r_o_c_k ), Moonshot VS.004 parallels this philosophy, allegorically memorializing the challenges of an athlete’s journey by constructing, destroying and repairing a porcelain basketball with this storied process. ✨ Moonshot VS.004 – Porcelain, gold dust and resin, edition of 33 unique pieces, available now at LiterallyBalling.com/Shop ✨ 🎥 @drewbachrach