Young artist/designer Ah-young Yi used Wisteria to make this amazing piece of art he named, Lune Blanche which means white moon. Lune Blanche reflects a pattern of repetitive nature of the rule and the representation of a work of art. Hundreds and thousands of wooden 'toothpicks' were combined together to make this massive wood sculpture. The result is a striking artsy unique chair.
Implications - In today's digital society, even work that is nominally distant from the Internet has to appeal to the social media set. By creating a novelty product or campaign, brands can earn themselves invaluable online coverage and attention. This kind of awareness is important because it draws interested eyes who may have otherwise ignored the product, opening them up to all the goods the company or artist may have.
Art Chair From Thousands of Toothpicks
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