Larger-than-life chandeliers

This post was written by Andrea Paoletti

Last night I suddenly found a very inspiring and meaningful installation created by by Eric Stanley and Jason Fritz at Artists’ television Access in Mission, San Francisco USA. It’s a big chandelier composed of heaps of pill containers . I liked the life cycle message to repurpose materials to make something new and out of the box that can be used in a practical sense, such as lighting. This is also what I felt looking at the Madame Eiffell by the design duo Tweelink, that is a chandelier comprised of 324 Eiffel Tower key rings with a foundation and three levels, just like the one in Paris. Both are kitschy up close, jaw-dropping elegant from a distance.

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