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NeSpoon’s Delicate Doily Art Adorns a Stretch of the Baltic’s Oak Beach
Posted By Diane Pham On June 25, 2011 @ 10:58 am In Art,Design,Gallery | No Comments
Polish artist NeSpoon frequents Oak Beach along the Baltic sea every summer for a holiday. But last summer the artist decided to turn her vacation into a work of art by introducing “street art” to the beautiful beach. Far from tagging the rocks with unsavory words or images, the artist, known best for her creation of doilies as stencils, instead adorned areas along the water with the beautiful pieces made of lace. Though very delicate, the doilies survived on the beach over a week, but more amazingly, they helped highlight the natural beauty of the beach remnants, often ignored for the ocean and game and food-laden folly.
NeSpoon’s installation drew in plenty of curious eyes who even took pictures of and with the installations. Fixed to everything from broken tree  branches to rocks and more, visitors to the beach turned the installation into an interactive endeavor by moving the pieces around from place to place, and even using them for the construction of beach camps.
+ NeSpoon 
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 broken tree: http://inhabitat.com/30000-used-chopsticks-transformed-into-a-fallen-tree-in-shanghai/
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