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22.8.07

roxana zegan

montreal-based artist roxana zegan sent over a link to her beautiful work at the storyteller. roxana recently launced her first furniture collection at icff (it's still on display at cite) but i'm most smitten with her nids-de-poule poster series (shown above and below). the blue poster was featured on dear ada last month but i wanted to share the rest of the collection- they're too beautiful to pass up. [thanks, roxana!]

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6 Comments:

Anonymous kristen c. said...

oh, wow, breathtaking. absolutely breathtaking. very reminiscent of andy goldsworthy . . . just an entirely different medium! thank you for posting!

5:29 PM  
Anonymous Ann said...

very beautiful!

10:03 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

Really beautiful and hopeful looking.

4:45 AM  
Blogger LazyTcrochet said...

That is striking! It caught my eye as I love anything made with fiber or, especially, yarn. I thought it was a fiber sculpture.
Beautiful!

7:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what is the medium used to create this?

11:02 AM  
Blogger ROXANA ZEGAN said...

thank you very much for your kind words.

The media was actually the street itself, i used actylic based paint to colour the potholes and they lasted for about 4-5 weeks :)


regards,
roxana zegan

11:12 AM  

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