14.12.11 by Jeff

Idan Friedman

Sculptures by artist designer Idan Friedman
“Ordinary people and disposable objects”, sculptures by Idan Friedman.

Sculptures by artist designer Idan Friedman

Sculptures by artist designer Idan Friedman

Sculptures by artist designer Idan Friedman

Sculptures by artist designer Idan Friedman

Sculptures by artist designer Idan Friedman

Sculptures by artist designer Idan Friedman

More of Idan’s work: flickr.com/photos/idanx and reddishstudio.com













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



  • This artist really makes me wonder how a project like this can be performed so impeccably……… astounding work!

  • I will never throw them away. And keep them under a glassed frame

  • taf

    !

  • love it–very cool idea.

  • Francis

    Sadly I don’t think these are “real” objects, the first one at least looks like ‘Photoshop’… the shadows and textures are wrong in various places.

  • Terrific!

  • lapetitefaon

    wowww shutup…..





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