Tuesday, August 12, 2008

China?

 


Lace Fence is a product developed by the Dutch designer house Demakersvan. (And when one is not using it as a political statement, it is adorable)

23 comments:

Adina Weinand said...

Very cool site. So inspiring!

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KOI_hyinghying & ART_kingkong said...
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KOI_hyinghying & ART_kingkong said...

Good idea. I like it.

Rachete said...

neat idea

Sapphire said...

Cool! By why is there nothing in the news about performance art as of late???

Martin Creed at the Tate Brit is latest victim I note...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqmDwMTj7zY

Bee Skelton said...

Fascinating visually as must be the process! Great site.

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J. said...

absolutely stunning

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Anonymous said...

Excellent way to express your art. When I look at this picture it was a great way to visualize your unique art idea.

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Sprint said...

Nice :). See more at: http://t4q.co.cc/?fNJin

Tim said...

i would never have thought of this!

Like A Persistent Fly. said...

It looks so complex to construct. But it is really unimaginable. Lace fence? Why not.

Haruki K said...

If only all wire fences were taken into more consideration to avoid the banality of the "typical wire fence"...

tu dealer said...

qué lindo!!
si lo hubiera visto mi abuela y yo fuera más lista ahora sería artista!!

Stephanie said...

i like your blog. i think we might be friends.

merve ekici said...

İt's beautiful ı loved ıt!!

Latifa Medjdoub said...

Pure dream!

Collector said...

What do you think of this trend of street artists giving away their work for free?

Collector said...

blah,blah, blah, blah. That is the question Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing end them?

can you guess who wrote that?
http://www.art-gallery-at-night.blogspot.com/

switschi said...

i like this art...is very beautiful. cu from germany silvio

Anonymous said...

Very good. I found other pictures of it here: Interior Design

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