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« on: September 30, 2008 05:49:08 PM »

So my next art project its to be like christo and wrap an object. Im going to use scraps of fabric sewn together to wrap my object in but I dont know what object I should use. anyone have some suggestions on what would be cool to do?

« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2008 10:01:41 AM »

Are there any other requirements for your project? Is your project for school?  Are you allowed to wrap things on campus? I'm trying to think of objects that can be wrapped that completely eliminate it's original function.... If you can wrap objects on site specific locations, and this project is for school, what if you wrapped a toilet or sink?  Or could you wrap a tree on campus? Or a bubbler (aka water fountain... sorry I'm from Wisconsin)? 

Other Things to wrap: a toaster, a pineapple, an iron, branches, a store mannequin, vacuum, hair dryer, fan, lamp, ice cubes, hammer, sewing machine, wrap yourself or a friend, a lawnmower, chainsaw, cactus, slide projector, camera....

Hm. Hope that helps!
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