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Lenka Clayton Builds the Confetti Stack with Patience and Precision

 - Jun 21, 2014
References: lenkaclayton & designboom
Lenka Clayton is an artist from Britain who has an extreme amount of patience, as exemplified by her latest work, Confetti Stack. She has taken individual pieces of confetti tissue, and carefully stacked them one on top of the other, creating an impressive tower.

What's amazing is just how thing the tower itself is, looking like it could be blown over with an accidental sneeze. The installation is currently on display at a museum in France, where visitors can admire how much work Lenka Clayton put into ensuring the design stood perfectly upright without falling over. Moreover, each piece of confetti is colored too, making the design even more engaging to look at, instead of it simply being one solid block. The question is, would you have the patience to design such a thing? Photo Credits: designboom, lenkaclayton