How amazing is this installation that Gabriel Dawes created for Miniartextil, an annual contemporary art exhibition in Como, Italy? Known for his vibrant, three dimensional thread art, Dawes explores color by experimenting with natural light and space. I’m sure seeing his work in person is a hundred times as impressive as it is through images. Even so, it’s mesmerizing and utterly beautiful.
(via My Modern Met)
WOW! So nice!
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oh this is so cool! i would love to see it in real life. i really dig art installations…i find them extra striking 🙂
Oh my god! Those are truly magical! And you’re right, seeing them in person must be amazing, like a truly spiritual experience. Reminds me of these installations by Anne LIndberg:
But the curves that Dawes gets are sublime!
Oh my god!! Incredible!! I’m sure if I saw it in person, I’d just stare in awe like a fool.
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those are amazing photos! 😀 the bright colors go so well with the old, barroque kind of setting!
He had an exhibition at my school last year. His work is MIND BLOWING in person!!!
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That’s a lot of thread.
That is awesome! So pretty! I’m sure it’s even more gorgeous in person though! Definitely something I would love to see!
wow. this is so amazing. I wonder if I can convince my boyfriend to tie string everywhere 🙂
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Wow, absolutely gorgeous! Thanks so much for posting, Erica.
Soo beautiful <3
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omg this pictures are so inspiring, such a great work. must have taken him a lot of time to finish his work. anyway, absolutely love it!
In Grand Rapids, MI, Gabriel Dawes just had work in ArtPrize (an international art competition), which just ended this past Sunday. Seeing his work in person is so ethereal!
wow this is so gorgeous.
I first thought it was a digital effect, but no, it’s thread. Ethereal!
this is so cool. It took me a minute to figure out what it was. At first I thought it was a play on light with crystals or something.
Nice creativity.Love this pic too much
XOXO for the creator.
I love it
That’s positively gorgeous!