Jade Fourès-Varnier's huge pop art sculptures are not done justice by photographs, but are nonetheless incredibly impressive works of art. Each of her sunglasses sculptures stands at about the length of a grown man, around six feet tall, and were painstakingly created by hand.
Her sculptures consist of large pairs of sunglasses, but instead of simple tinted lenses, these sunglasses frames are full of pop culture scenarios, from boxing matches to infamous natural disasters. By filling her sculptures with collective memories of different events, Fourès-Varnier has created a beautiful way to relive famous moments throughout history. Since each of the sunglasses' frames is completely different in shape, structure and color, they each channel a different personality, giving each viewer a way to relive famous moments through the eyes of different people.
Fourès-Varnier's creations display a beautifully subtle blending of nostalgia and creativity, giving them both a joyful and melancholy air.
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