Sculptures made of second-hand clothing, by Derick Melander.
that is pretty damn cool.
Must of been an ex-Gap employee…
The first two remind me of canyons except cool colored. There is a familiar feeling that is disorted through texture, composition, and scale, but is still detectable.
this is rad!! great idea, and I’m impressed!
awesome work. on his site he says 3,615 pounds of textile waste is created by New Yorkers every 5 minutes! not so awesome.
Derick is an awesome artist and an awesome person as well!
my olfactory glands were instantly triggered to recall the scent of my favorite local thrift store. i wonder if the gallery smells like a second hand shop… love this work!
It’s like a mix between Andy Goldsworthy and Tara Donovan.
These dudes should get together!
So cool!! Love the sculptures.
Wow. What an incredible idea.
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Like them all. Amaziiiiing
Ha i saw his red sweater tower at Art Basel Miami last year. Super detailed folding going on there. It was so neat and each corner was perfect, not one thing out of order.
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waw…. i love your art work
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