Antarctica in a bag, by architect François Delfosse.
gorgeous, so gorgeous
this is pretty fan-fucking tastic
Impressive! Good job! Excellent idea!
love the brightness of the first one!
am i the only one who immediately thought of:
;P thankfully, this is much less insufferable
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Bad ass plastic makin me spastic.
MY GOD, these are insane!
fantastic. reminds me of reconstructed photos that were here (i think) a while ago. like smoke depicted through black garbage liners.
wow, I am very surprised, from the teaser I thought it was something with ice, I couldn’t tell what the scale was at first so it could have been anything from a ice cave or a mountain. instead its a bag, nice…
creative. peaceful. great eye.
HEY! thanks for posting the pictures…
I must say I was inspired by “American Beauty”, there is a scene in the film where a plastic bag is softly lifted and driven away by the wind. The bag obviously portrayed a character tossed to and fro by life, with no control over his life. I guess if you like my pictures, I hope you appreciate the film. Thanks for your comments… And keep up the blogç
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Mmmm… just right.
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