Tokyo-based artist Azuma Makoto‘s works are usually of the botanical nature, like the painstakingly cut, twisted, and folded leaves that comprise his Collapsible Leaves sculptures. A few of his works though, like the Lego Pine, use non-botanical media to evoke visions of plant life. I love how the angular lines of the Lego make the piece look like a pixelated picture.
The Lego Pine would look great on a table next to his stellar astroturf-covered Herman Miller Aeron chair (the same chairs we have at the office here).
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Do you mean you have Aeron chairs in your office, or astroturf-covered Aeron chairs? Curious how that astroturf feels after a long day (or a year). Like, does it cure swamp butt?
Def not astroturf-covered :) They look really cool, but I suspect they’d be a bit uncomfortable after the number of hours any one of us typically spends in them!
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