Pip & Pop

When an artist’s medium involves a florescent spectrum of sugar, glitter, candy, pom poms, pipe cleaners, and washi tape, you know it’s going to be magical. Australian artist Tanya Schultz, who works under the pseudonym Pip & Pop, meticulously creates her fantastical, utopian wonderlands all over the world. Her mini landscapes are installed on the floors of buildings and galleries and are entirely three dimensional. I’m intrigued by the intricate layering of colored sugar to create flawless patterns. I would just love to see one of her installations in person – and I think Willy Wonka would certainly love it too, don’t you?

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6 Comments

  1. Jessica wrote:

    This looks so cool!

    xo Jessica
    My Style Vita

    6.9.16
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  2. melissa wrote:

    It’s amazing in person!! currently at Harbour Mall in HK 🙂

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  3. priscilla wrote:

    These images literally brighten up my day. What a fun and vibrant presentation.

    Priscilla
    http://thestylishflaneuse.com/

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  4. Michelle wrote:

    This is mesmerizing, I love this contrast between the bright colours and the grey surroundings!
    https://www.makeandmess.com/

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  5. Julie wrote:

    Candy-Land!!

    julie
    http://www.outstyled.com/

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  6. san wrote:

    i had the opportunity to apreciate this in person, at my city in méxico, you just never get tired of seeing this vibrant world, every detail totally gets your attention.

    6.20.16
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