Amazing installations by Gabriel Dawe. Thread, nails, wood.
oh my gaaadddd
wow i really like these. its cool how you can move them around to get different effects. a versatile and engaging piece. keep it up!
Fantastic. I wonder if they’re as incredible in person.
oh wow, words can’t do this justice so i won’t try
this is unbelievable. i absolutely love the way the colors flow so seamlessly into one another. im jealous of your mad skillz.
love the first one, and the detail at the mid point on the crossover ones. bet they look even better when you walk around them
I would like very much to see these in person.
This is beautiful! I wish i could see these installations for real…
nice! i saw these over at HUH.
blowing my mind
woah. someone play it like a harp
Breathtaking. Very neat how thread can resemble a light spectrum.
wow, I’m so glad I’m driving throug dallas in January and get to see his stuff in person. my jaw is still dropped.
whawhawhatttttttt!!!!!!! amazing. i wish i could see it in person.
i really wish i could see this in person
Have see this so much by now. Loved the once between the trees this is just an weak extention of it..
I love these! It almost looks like holograms.
AMAZING. I cannot believe the effects the artist creates with just thread.
that is amazing ! I’d love to just stand in the middle of it.
W O W
Beautiful work! I can’t tell if the thread is thick or thin.
this is blowin my mind. where is it??
I adore this x
Amazing and wonderful. What a gorgeous display of your talent.
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