16.04.12 by Jeff

Google Street view matchbooks by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles
Graphite drawings on matchbooks based on various Google Street View photographs, by artist Krista Charles.

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Google Street view match books by artist Krista Charles

Krista Charles

You can snag these on her Etsy, here.

via: artnau













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



  • Jennifer

    Amazing

  • Caroline Lefebvre

    Really neat! Love it!

  • Lilian

    The comments written are the best!

  • BJRathur

    That is a great idea.  I saw something like this on art 21 once.  Cai Guo-qiang was talking about how his father used to draw scenes from different towns on matchboxes.





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