BIGNIK: A Participatory Art Project With A Massive Picnic Blanket

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BIGNIK: A Participatory Art Project With A Massive Picnic Blanket

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If you’re a big picnic fan, then this recent work by twin brother artist duo Frank and Patrik Riklin, called BIGNIK, might be right up your meadow. The participatory project consists of a massive picnic blanket made from upcycled fabric collected from the local residents and then holding a community picnic on the blanket. The most recent BIGNIK event took place in Stein, Switzerland, on a blanket measuring about 160,000 square feet!

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[via Junk Culture]

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