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Textile Installation Art

Wrapped Interior Installations by Penique Productions | Yellowtrace

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Tuppence medio penique: {} Semana Sombrero Cómo hacer un sombrero pastillero de inclinación 1940 http://blog.tuppencehapenny.co.uk/2011/01/hat-week-how-to-make-1940s-pillbox-tilt.html

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Believe It Or Not, A Balloon Did This

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Penique Productions, Massive Balloon Installation It’s sometimes difficult to tell, but the Barcelona-based art collective uses oversized balloons to craft their hauntingly beautiful rooms, inflating the plastic structures until they begin to wrap themselves around the buildings’ interior architecture, enveloping the spaces in bright yellows, blues and purples. The end results are barely recognizable, sprucing up corners of Portugal, Italy, Spain and Mexico.

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BAW by Penique

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Penique Productions, Massive Balloon Installation It’s sometimes difficult to tell, but the Barcelona-based art collective uses oversized balloons to craft their hauntingly beautiful rooms, inflating the plastic structures until they begin to wrap themselves around the buildings’ interior architecture, enveloping the spaces in bright yellows, blues and purples. The end results are barely recognizable, sprucing up corners of Portugal, Italy, Spain and Mexico.

Penique Productions, Massive Balloon Installation It’s sometimes difficult to tell, but the Barcelona-based art collective uses oversized balloons to craft their hauntingly beautiful rooms, inflating the plastic structures until they begin to wrap themselves around the buildings’ interior architecture, enveloping the spaces in bright yellows, blues and purples. The end results are barely recognizable, sprucing up corners of Portugal, Italy, Spain and Mexico.

Penique Productions, Massive Balloon Installation It’s sometimes difficult to tell, but the Barcelona-based art collective uses oversized balloons to craft their hauntingly beautiful rooms, inflating the plastic structures until they begin to wrap themselves around the buildings’ interior architecture, enveloping the spaces in bright yellows, blues and purples. The end results are barely recognizable, sprucing up corners of Portugal, Italy, Spain and Mexico.

Penique Productions, Massive Balloon Installation It’s sometimes difficult to tell, but the Barcelona-based art collective uses oversized balloons to craft their hauntingly beautiful rooms, inflating the plastic structures until they begin to wrap themselves around the buildings’ interior architecture, enveloping the spaces in bright yellows, blues and purples. The end results are barely recognizable, sprucing up corners of Portugal, Italy, Spain and Mexico.