skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture
skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture
aug 23, 2011

skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture

skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture all images courtesy of skrekkøgle




based in oslo, norway, skrekkøgle studio (lars marcus vedeler and theo tveterås) has recreated the win screen for windows solitaire in the form of a three dimensional sculpture. measuring 150 x 70 x 40 cm, (4.9 x 2.3 x 1.3 feet)the piece involved the creation of over one thousand ‘playing cards’ from black foam and paper, which the designers then cut, taped, and assembled into the proper forms.

skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture full view

skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture

skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture

skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture

skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture the pair created over one thousand cards from black foam board

skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture construction view showing how some pieces were cut to properly fit together

skrekkøgle: solitaire win sculpture screenshot of the windows solitaire win screen, the model behind the project



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  • awesome!

    nasdaf says:
  • AGHHHHHHHHH THE SOLITAIRE WIN SCREEN I HAD FORGOTTEN YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! this is great!!!!!! do the minesweeper win next!!!!!

    ok, about minesweeper I jest, but seriously: well done, boys.

    gokart86 says:
  • great! brings back my memories ! love it!

    Andrea says:
  • great great great great

    aaaa says:
  • [url=]Brilliant!!! Such a great idea! Love it![/url]

    ela says:

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