Pop art spray can sculpture

Pop art spray can sculpture

Here a selection of my Pop art spray can sculpture.

This is a one-of-a-kind, handcrafted original. Each work is a mixed media original painted directly onto a depressurized spray can that has been repurposed.

Pop art spray can sculpture

Can of Happy Happy Joy Joy Spray can Sculpture by Barrie J Davies 2021 Mixed media sculpture.

Pop art spray can sculpture

Bling Spray Can Street Art Sculpture by Barrie J Davies 2020, Mixed media sculpture.

 

Pop art spray can sculpture

Funny Face Spray Can Sculpture by Barrie J Davies 2020, Mixed media sculpture.

Pop art spray can sculpture

Funny Face Spray Can Sculpture by Barrie J Davies 2020, Mixed media sculpture.

Pop art spray can sculpture

Lips Spray Can sculpture by Barrie J Davies 2020, Mixed media sculpture.

Pop art spray can sculpture

Mod Spray Can Sculpture by Barrie J Davies 2020, Mixed media sculpture.

Pop art spray can sculpture

Can of Rave Spray can Sculpture by Barrie J Davies 2020, Mixed media sculpture.

Pop art spray can sculpture

Super Kate Spray Can Sculpture by Barrie J Davies 2020, Mixed media sculpture.

Smiley Spray Can Sculpture by Barrie J Davies 2020, Mixed media sculpture.

 

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Did you know: Aerosols have been around since 1790, according to some sources. Erik Rotheim, a Norwegian chemical engineer, received the first aerosol spray can patent in Oslo in 1927, and the idea received a United States patent in 1931. For 100,000 Norwegian kroner, the patent rights were sold to a US corporation. In 1998, Posten Norge, Norway's postal service, issued a stamp to commemorate the creation.

Julian S. Kahn, an American, was granted a patent for a disposable spray can in 1939, however the device was never commercialised. Kahn's concept was to manufacture whipped cream at home by combining cream and a propellant from two sources—not an aerosol in the traditional sense. He also disclaimed his initial four claims, which served as the cornerstone for his subsequent patent claims, in 1949.



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