Chewing in Venice, by Simone Decker.
oh my bubble-god, i’ll be there on next friday… so waiting for it!
Very interesting, indeed.
Such a great idea! Sometimes I wish I could’ve thought about this.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH I LOVE IT
I wonder what they’re made out of. If it’s real gum that’s just nuts.
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que genial, me encanta!
Love it!!! Super awesome!!! And definitely the Singaporean government’s nightmare.
My name is Simone Drucker and I live in Santa Monica, and I am an artist. WEIRD! We should get coffee sometime!
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the third one looks really photo imposed – but, yes, cool and super clever
this is good!
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holy mother of god. i have never been so amazed by gum. how ever did you make these?
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Not only is the art 10 years old, but it was trick photography. Decker shot normal-size chunks of gum up very close. The art is the photography, not the sculpture. There’s a great article over at HalogenLife
Yeah that’s what I was thinking it was! If it were real there would be people around it trying to touch it. Great idea!
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hehe. Funny thing :)
Not at all what I expected. Who knew that bubble gum could look this good!
I like comment by Taste T.O. – Food & Drink In Toronto: …that’d be a bitch to get off your shoe – an artist fills Venice with giants wads of chewing gum.
Can’t help but remember when my mom’s sandalled foot landed in a giant steaming pile of horse manure when we went to Venice. Her comment just seconds before, “I feel so wonderful & free here. BPLEPBEh -well you get the idea.
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They are pictures, they aren’t real scultures lol, check out his website. photoshop still looks awesome though!
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interesting too much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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