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How to weave with French Fries

And how to weave with glass, bottle caps, license plates, light, film rolls, corks, spit and packing peanuts, peanut butter and jelly, fire.

Jack Daws
– TWO TOWERS, 2003
Chromogenic print of artist-made construction from McDonald’s French fries and Heinz ketchup
photographed by Richard Nichol
50 x 40 inches, Edition of 10

jackdawsfrenchfries.jpgToots Zynsky (image via)

tootszynskyweave.jpgEl Anatsui

ElAnatsui.jpgRoss Palmer Beecher – AUTO LOG CABIN QUILT, 2009
Aluminum license plates, tin, Hot Wheel cars and mixed media, 76 x 87 inches

rosspalmerlicenseplte.jpg Gail Tremblay

GailTremblayfilm.jpgClaude Zervasd6,
custom electronics and programming, LEDs, high/flex wire, stainless steel wire,
82″h x 22″w x 7″d

claudezervaslightstring.jpgMarita DingusGlass Baby With Corks All Around

maritadingusweavecork.jpgAlex Schweder LaSpit Skin,
Saliva and biodegradable loose fill packing peanuts,
96″ x 42″ x 120″ in December 2006, 18″ x 48″ x 72″

alexschwederspit.jpgRyan PflugerBagged Lunch, 2007

RyanPflugerp&j.jpgEtsuko Ichikawa

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