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May 10, 2013


It’s hard not to be awed and sobered by a work of beauty created from discarded materials—it’s both a reminder of our wastefulness and our failure to assess value accurately.

And it’s impossible not to be wowed by the recent installations of New York artist Tom Fruin. Fruin, whose work has long been informed by found materials, has devoted much of the last few years to a series of city-specific public art projects made from salvaged pieces of plexiglass and steel.

These structures, straddling the line between sculpture and architecture, pay homage to iconic elements found in each city’s architectural vernacular.



via Light Show | 2Modern Blog.

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