Macaroni sculptures by Sergei Pakhomov
Macaroni sculptures by Sergei Pakhomov. Pasta sculptor Sergei Pakhomov is from the Russian city of Perm. His invention is very original – sculptures of mill cars, helicopters …made from pasta, spaghetti, lasagna, rigatoni. Moreover, he has patented his idea. It all started six years ago. By profession Sergey is a creative designer, developing various promotional products. To promote the macaroni factory “Krasnokamsk” he was invited to film the commercial about production of the factory. In the evening, an inspiration came to him. And, as they say, it started. The advertising campaign did not taken place, but the idea remained.
For his “material” Sergei goes to a large store, which presents numerous variations of hard wheat: pasta, spaghetti, lasagna, lasagna, rigatoni … In general, all curly and round, with grooves and furrows, and a small ring in the shape of the wheels off the wagon.
For example, the hardest work – car, which recline the front seat, opened the door, there is a mirror and the other attributes of the car. Some machines have the hood, the doors open, looks spectacular.
Has created more than 20 works. In the collection there is a house with a swing, and a mill, and a fleet of vehicles with motorcycles, cars, tractors and airplanes and helicopters.
By the way, one such model takes 20-30 hours. All products are stored at home. They need a certain humidity and temperature.