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Not a pineapple, but some kind of flower impersonating one from ‘Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium’ (1705) by Maria Sibylla Merian (1647 - 1717)
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Please note green fronds are for photography purposes only
That is v disappointing
It's bullshit really, but perhaps I could fashion some fronds for my #curatedlifestyle on instagram
I saw this in the new exhibition at Gas Hall (part of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery) last week when I was in Brum.
Thought of you!
Wow. What it it made of? Looks like very elaborate origami
The exhibition is Art and Technology and the artist is Toby Ziegler.
This is a c&p about the work;
Toby Ziegler's sculptures explore the relationship between the computer-generated and the handmade, the exotic and the commonplace. Ziegler uses computer-aided design to render unique forms as geometric line drawings. He then works from the drawings to reinterpret the forms in three dimensions. The Arts Council Collection acquired Portrait of C.L. in 2006, just months after the work was made. This huge pineapple stands over two metres tall and is made entirely from tessellated plywood triangles stuck together with dark, oozing resin. Portrait of C.L. was presented alongside small-scale work from the artist's studio, on public display for the first time.
Has the pineapple house in Scotland been posted yet?
Plywood and dark oozing resin
Why Is London So Obsessed With Pineapples?
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..................and a link from the above SECRET LONDON / Trivia / Pineapples
The boy has a new t-shirt
Stella I saw these in store when I went to return stuff and immediately thought I need to post them urban is weird.
Anyway, here Buy pineapple in homeware from the Next UK online shop
Yes it has. I stayed there for my birthday a few years back.
Spoiler: Wouldn't want to find one of these in your fruit bowl
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