lead pencil studio: non sign II lead pencil studio: non sign II
nov 25, 2010

lead pencil studio: non sign II

‘non-sign II’ is an installation by seattle based art collective lead pencil studio located at the canada-US border near vancouver. the sculpture is made from small stainless steel rods that are assembled together to create the negative space of a billboard. while most billboards draw attention away from the landscape ‘non-sign II’ frames the landscape, focusing attention back on it.

http://www.leadpencilstudio.com

  • WOW

    Mr.amazed says:
  • Wow! That is beautiful and poetic!

    tod says:
  • exquisite

    dbkii says:
  • hurricane? in vancouver?

    betadinesutures says:
  • really? It seems like the void draws attention to itself. I grow tired of the draw attention to this with the presence of that other thing over there approach. weak!

    dan says:
  • brilliant, amazing, poetic, provacative and just plain cool

    steve says:
  • Imagine all the garbage it picks up every time there is a wind storm…

    3Z3VH says:
  • beautiful

    dsf says:
  • no words for it!

    armand says:
  • amazing

    vinit says:
  • How long until it’s riddled with carcasses of impaled birds?

    shemp says:
  • @ Dan

    Really? I feel like “the presence of that other thing over there” is what CREATES the void.

    Lily says:
  • @dan, its all about the structure, texture, and material fabrication. Lets see some of your work…

    tectonicus says:
  • it seems…dangerous

    jbhlz says:
  • chaos to see unnoticed beauty.

    WIWI says:
  • Touchdown!

    Bog says:
  • As to the concern for the birds flying into this and getting impailed, they are not as stupid as you might think. They are more likely to nest in this which would add to the sculpture’s beauty.

    cbf says:
  • Nothing becomes Evreything

    Babakey says:

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