Thursday, August 4, 2011


I can't a freelance art director for the music industry, this makes me feel a certain way. HOWEVER, the dazzling creation that was formed by collaborators Elise Morin and Clémence Eliard can't really be denied. They used 65,000 discarded CDs to create this landscape on the floor of an art space (and aptly, a former funeral home) in Paris. They named it Waste Landscape.

If you happen to live or be traveling in Paris, the piece will be up until 9/10/11, and then will tour other locations. 

Check out this video too.

Photos courtesy of Yannick Fradin, Martin Eliard and Marc Sirvin

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