This installation by Paul Cocksedge is an interesting piece submitted for last week's London Design Festival 2010. Entitled 'A Gust of Wind,' Paul Cocksedge made the work to look like a stack of papers being blown into the sky by a breeze.
The sheets are made of Corian and were placed in the hallway of the Victoria & Albert Museum. Each sheet is handmade and engraved by Paul Cocksedge, and were given away to attendees at the end of the event.
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