'I Say, I Say, I Say' was recently revealed by Gareth Williams at the Royal College of Art in Battersea, South London on May 28th, 2009.
This unique gum sculpture in the shape of a dog, was created using recycled chewing gum and human hair.
Although it is kind of cute, the 'I Say, I Say, I Say' sculpture is wrong on so many levels.
Implications - Technological advancements and scientific breakthroughs have allowed companies to provide consumers with state-of-the-art products that are exceptionally high-tech and that boast modern day characteristics. Many consumers, however, are overwhelmed with such products and are seeking relief. Companies who are able to work with the old to transform something new will appeal to consumers looking for items that are less elaborate.
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Gareth Williams' ‘I Say, I Say, I Say' Dog Integrates Human Hair
- By: Tisah TucknottJun 11, 2009 Updated: Jun 8 2011