08.04.10 by Jeff

Nicole Dextras

Weedrobes, ephemeral sculptures by Nicole Dextras.

nicole dextras ephemeral sculptures by nicole dextras

nicole dextras ephemeral sculptures by nicole dextras

nicole dextras ephemeral sculptures by nicole dextras

nicole dextras ephemeral sculptures by nicole dextras

nicole dextras ephemeral sculptures by nicole dextras













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • That is absolutely beautiful. I love it.

  • wow. i’m in love with this!!

  • This is unbelievable beautiful!

  • Amazingly Creative and wonderful!!

  • natasha

    Amazing
    I love these Salad Dressings

    (lol i couldnt help but pun )

  • justin nelson

    wow!!! these are amazing.

  • Hey all — I’m currently in the process of re-designing Nicole Dextras’ online portfolio. Stay tuned — it should be launched over the next 2 months. She’s got a whole SLEW of work to be revealed. Also, she’ll be heading to mongolia to do work in the Gobi Desert. How cool is that? 🙂 I’ll forward this posting to her with your comments. She’ll love that.

  • Great post which is very clever and creative. It would be interesting to see a breakdown of how theses sculptures were created.

  • Bruna Smart

    Very creative!
    The first one is so sweet 🙂

  • jess

    lovvve the queen elizabeth one

  • LYA

    wow. the 2nd one.

  • Joe

    Most unique dresses I’ve ever seen produced. Nice photos as well!





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