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The End of Office Boredom

 - Jul 13, 2008   Updated: Jul 5 2011
References: wackyarchives
We've all folded paper clips into unique positions, but these photos take the concept much further.

What else can you say except 'awesome' about this series of sculptures, people and little scenes?  The entire collection made from ordinary objects like office stationary.

It's a 'given' that the quality of the sculptures may not be the highest - but what could you produce only using the contents of your desk?

Implications - Consumers are increasingly looking for beauty in the banal. The olive and pickle sculptures are symptomatic of this desire to extract beauty from the objects that surround individuals on a daily basis. Companies should build marketing campaigns with this idea in mind.