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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Book Igloo?

I could live in here!

If you’re looking for a creative way to upcycle your unwanted books, you might like to turn to Miler Lagos’ art installation for inspiration. This Colombia-based artist has carefully stacked hundreds of books on top of each other in a circular pattern to create this amazing igloo architecture. The dome of books is able to fit a person standing or a small group of people sitting down.
Home was a sculptural installation by Colombian artist Miler Lagos. The piece was constructed at MagnanMetz Gallery in 2011 using carefully stacked books to create a compact dome that is entirely self-supporting.

The exhibit ran September 12 - October 15, 2011 

His Video: 


Miler Lagos, LAT 65.31 N Long 114.13W, 2011 from FLORAars+natura on Vimeo.

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