28.02.11 by Jeff

Dietrich Wegner

Sculptures by Dietrich Wegner.

sculptures by artist dietrich wegner

sculptures by artist dietrich wegner













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



  • Love these! Something very Enid Blyton about them.

  • I just want to touch those clouds, this is amazing!

  • Sure, and I want to make love in it !

  • Oh my god! I love it! They are amazing.

  • lapetitefaon

    what a beautiful concept, and execution, though I wish the floors were painted white so it would be a continuous floating, look, though I guess the artist didn’t have control over that!

  • Shieauwn

    Bravo!

  • ooh i want to live in a cloud!
    awesome

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  • Way cooler than a grass hut… but the foundation and roofing leave something to be desired; I imagine Mike Holmes would have a few choice things to say about the insulation, too.

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  • boom

  • I live in a cloud.

  • Gosh that’s so epic.

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  • These are genious, they look so realistic. I love how they lure you in to wanting to climb the ladder and see what’s inside, even if it was simply the same as the outside, the not knowing is the best part. The second sculpture is even better as you can’t look inside, making the viewer use their imagination as to what could be.

  • just GREAT!!!

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  • Leeann

    Ahaha, that would be my college professor. He’s awesome! One of the coolest teachers I’ve ever had. I love his work.





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