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Sarah Garzoni Creates Beautiful Printed Butterflies Using Inkjet Printer

Posted By Helen Morgan On August 31, 2011 @ 3:00 pm In Art,Design | 2 Comments

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The stunning collection includes company logos and strong links to consumerism: subtle hints towards a concept beyond the striking images of the butterflies themselves.

By taking a fragile and delicate household creature like the butterfly [1], and imposing a strong logo or name, Garzoni’s work reimagines the powerful potential of consumerism and advertising through a thoughtful collection of designs.

+ Sarah Garzoni [2]

Via This is Colossal [3]

Images courtesy of Sarah Garzoni [2]

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[1] delicate household creature like the butterfly: http://inhabitat.com/japanese-artist-cuts-hundreds-of-butterflies-out-of-books-and-sets-them-aflutter-on-room-walls/

[2] + Sarah Garzoni: http://www.sarahgarzoni.com/projects/mim%C3%A9sis/

[3] This is Colossal: http://thisiscolossal.com/

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