16.05.10 by Jeff

Andrew Lewicki

Oreo Manhole Cover, and other brilliant sculptures by Andrew Lewicki.

andrew lewicki sculpture artist oreo manhole cover

andrew lewicki sculpture artist accordian obscura

andrew lewicki sculpture artist concrete lego

andrew lewicki sculpture artist gold oro or

andrew lewicki sculpture artist one liner black mattress

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

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

    gotta love that Accordion Obscura!

    • http://coolnose.blogspot.com/ Noir


  • jono

    i really like these

  • http://www.mundocaco.com MundoCaco

    WOW! XD

  • http://attiataylor.bandcamp.com Attia

    Okay this is super cool! Esp the legos and the oreo manhole cover!

    • http://getstimulustoday.com Matches Malone


  • miika

    don know what it is about the mattress but i like it

  • http://robincharlotte.blogspot.com robin charlotte humphrey


  • http://singantuk.blogspot.com/ SINGANTUK

    brilliant sculptures!

  • paffy

    wow recontextualizing familiar forms! Sign this this guy.

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  • Chrissy Mac

    Those Oreo manhoel covers should become standard!

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  • http://www.dougsheets.com Doug Sheets

    Great Stuff! I love the Oreo Manhole Cover, it would be cool to see them being used in the streets.

  • http://skokov.ru Skokov Ilja

    Manhole Cover!!!

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