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Sculptural Eyewear by Cyrus Kabiru

Published Apr 14, 2017

Cyrus Kabiru is a self-taught artist from Kenya that uses found objects to create bold and unusual eyewear sculptures.

“Kabiru has been building his futuristic glasses since childhood, and dedicates much of his time to producing works for his C-Stunner series of eyeglasses and coordinating photographs.

Kabiru’s practice is deeply tied to Afrofuturism, a genre that combines science fiction, magical realism, and historical fiction with the culture and politics of the African diaspora.”

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