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Two Tons of Refined Sugar, Perfectly Laid Out As A Persian Carpet

Two Tons of Refined Sugar, Perfectly Laid Out As A Persian Carpet

This “Sugar Carpet (Tapis de sucre)” by Montreal-based artist Aude Moreau was made with over two tons of sugar, laid out perfectly evenly across an expansive floorspace, then decorated in a Persian rug motif with charcoal and food coloring. The sheer size and detail in this piece is stunning– its precise in its familiar pattern,...
Weekly Link Love

Weekly Link Love

A lot of great stuff online never makes it onto JEANNIEJEANNIE.com, if only because there’s no room for it, or because there’s no convenient place to drop a lone link amid the visual crazy on here. A quick weekly aggregate of things I’ve found interesting on the interwebz to start off your week: These free...
Animal Prints: Carved Shoes That Leave Behind Realistic Tracks

Animal Prints: Carved Shoes That Leave Behind Realistic Tracks

Maskull Lasserre is a Canadian artist with a peculiar wardrobe– his newest work, titled “Outliers,” uses molds of animal hooves and paws as soles for his shoes. The result is an ingenious set of footwear that leaves behind perfect imprints of natural animal tracks. I would imagine that this would be a great prank to...
DESIGN QUESTION: What do you want to see in a design blog?

DESIGN QUESTION: What do you want to see in a design blog?

In researching how to start a design blog, I have come to the inevitable conclusion: There are simply too many design blogs out there. And as unpleasant as that statement is, a quick look through the design forums and popular blogs out there suggests that more often than not, most design blogs are a mass...