Chandeliers by Madeleine Boulesteix

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Chandeliers by Madeleine Boulesteix

These amazing chandeliers are made from old spoons, jelly bowls, teacups and more. These are a great inspiration for making your own chandeliers. If you decide to remake one, don’t forget to post it in our MAKE Flickr photo pool.

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6 thoughts on “Chandeliers by Madeleine Boulesteix

  1. Madeleine B. says:

    Hey, be careful with your encouragement! Do be inspired and use your imagination but dont remake, you should know it’s a serious breach of copyright law. I’ve just taken legal action against someone who did which is a real pain for any designer to do. As ACID (Anti Copying in Design) say ‘Commission it don’t copy it !’
    Madeleine B.

    1. Shae says:

      well this is a bit harsh i mean how in the heck can someone copy item by item a chandelier made from recycled junk? So someone else made a chandelier using beads and spoons eh? C’mon! Lest you are worried that her art is better? Now I think you have a lot of talent lady but art is art and you are not the only person to figure out how to put together a hanging lamp adorned with thrift store finds.. geeesh! I think I’ll search the thrift stores and make one myself, hell! I’ll even use a jelly mold! gonna sue me? that is the dumbest thing i’ve ever heard of! You can’t patent used junk! get a grip and lighten up, the woman you sued has been an artist all her life and is the daughter of artists, maybe you copied her??

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