James Hopkins: Decor As Art

James Hopkins: Decor As Art

Gregory Han
Feb 15, 2008

We thought we'd end the week with artwork that blurs the lines between furnishings and art. British artist James Hopkins carefully constructs installations with mundane everyday objects into artwork with hidden messages. The question is, do you see the hidden image first or the plain old collection of objects? It's all dependent on perspective. A few more images under the cut...

"Even though my work often contains design elements, ironically they work in opposition to accommodating the body. My favourite part of the 'Love Seat' sculpture is the letter O because on that chair the seat is missing." -via *Wallpaper

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