Larry Moss creates some interesting and astounding things with just a little latex and a lot of air — from large animals and full-length gowns to fairy tale scenes and renditions of famous paintings.
|Here's the Mona Lisa, though there's a special place in my heart for the Jackson Pollock reproduction|
If I were, for example, to fold pictures of Ben Stein into mediocre paper animals, would it be bore-igami?
Or if I carve images into spent apples, would the resultant works be called core-igami?
Or if I twist and squeeze and tie fresh intestines, bladders, and other viscera into the shapes of the animals they came from, would it be gore-igami?
Aah, that's enough. We don't need any more-igami.