This Pencil Crayon Installation Comes From 'Variable Projects'

 - Nov 20, 2013
References: variableprojects & design-milk
This wavy pencil crayon installation comes from a group called 'Variable Projects'. It was designed for the celebration of the University of Minnesota School of Architecture's centennial anniversary. This rainbow colored art installation is called 'Centennial Chromagraph', and contains more than 8,000 pencil crayons in total.

This large wall of pencil crayons is held together using over 100 pieces of curvaceous plywood. Typically pencil crayons are tools used to create colorful works of art, so it's interesting to see them become artworks themselves.

This vibrant pencil crayon installation was cleverly designed to publicly document the school's most notable historical moments over the past hundred years. This intriguing pencil crayon structure is certainly eye-catching. It's a creative and colorful way to celebrate the school's centennial anniversary.