garden furniture garden furniture
may 28, 2010

garden furniture

image: kevin hunt artist kevin hunt developed his series of garden furniture by covering pieces of furniture with living, growing grass. the series began when hunt began exploring making sculptures with both permanent and ephemeral materials. each piece covers a static piece of furniture with grass, allowing it to change over time outside of the artist’s control. the grass is adhered to each piece of furniture using a dirt compound that sticks to the material while provide a growing base for the greenery.  hunt has made chairs, dressers and doors for the series of literal garden furniture.

image: kevin hunt image: kevin hunt ‘how does your garden grow?’ installation view at the atkinson art gallery (june 2007) image: kevin hunt

  • Adorei, idéia maravilhosa!

    Barbara Rezende says:
  • Sorry
    It´s meaning is – it’s wonderful!!!

    Barbara Rezende says:

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