23.07.12 by Jeff

Louis Vuitton waffle maker by Andrew Lewicki

Artist Andrew Lewicki
Louis Vuitton Waffle Maker (2012)

New works by Andrew Lewicki. Love this piece above where he machined the LV monogram print on to aluminum plates and then had them Teflon coated. See more below!

Artist Andrew Lewicki
Less Paul (2012)

This piece is modeled after a 1957 Gibson Les Paul guitar but made completely out of cheap construction materials.

Artist Andrew Lewicki

Artist Andrew Lewicki
Counterpane (2012)

A quilt made entirely from scarves and shawls from Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany, and the back is made from Burberry cashmere.

 

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



  • Oh wow. Someone would totally buy that LV waffle iron too.

  • I would LOVE to buy the LV waffle iron. I’d eat waffles every day instead of never. 

    • i also would like to up my waffle intake to everyday from never.

  • love the LV waffle maker!





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