Julien Berthier

Love-love is the permanent and mobile image of a wrecked ship that has become a functional and safe leisure object. (Link)


(Via rebel:art)

“Red and Blue Chair” by Gerrit Rietveld (1918) drawn with my left hand, and built by scrupulously following the resulting drawing. (Link)

“One Saturday morning at 7 o’clock on a blind wall in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. The façade, using the local architectural codes, occupying 10 cm of public space, is mounted and glued on in thirty minutes. Almost 4 years later, the adress still exists. Regularly graffittied, it is cleaned out by the city service.” (Link)

“Revolution Light A chandelier with crystal drops sweeps the room by brushing against the walls.” (Link)

“Upside down swimming pool laid into the ceiling, just as the Vikings overturned their long ships to make them into dwellings and places of worship.” (Link)


(Via rebel:art)

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3 Responses

  1. RnB says:

    Gaaf werk!

  2. zip says:

    nou leuk hoor!

  3. jq says:

    werk van een vonstenaar anno 2010

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