23.05.12 by Jeff

Modified Social Benches

artist Jeppe Hein modified social park benches
Love these park benches by Danish artist, Jeppe Hein.

artist Jeppe Hein modified social park benches

artist Jeppe Hein modified social park benches

artist Jeppe Hein modified social park benches

artist Jeppe Hein modified social park benches

artist Jeppe Hein modified social park benches

artist Jeppe Hein modified social park benches

artist Jeppe Hein modified social park benches

artist Jeppe Hein modified social park benches

jeppehein.net

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



  • Annematique

    Cool! I’ve seen them live at Art Forum exhibition 2010 in Berlin! Great fun!

  • Dean

    It’s kind of interesting how at first they seem to be about not having utility, only to see people use them in new, creative ways. 

  • lepetitfaon

    interesting on their own but love to see people actually interacting with the pieces! Love that they seem at once impractical yet in reality are still totally functional.





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