Everyday Objects Crafted From Sandpaper Question Society’s Idea Of Comfort [Pics]

Everyday Objects Crafted From Sandpaper Question Society’s Idea Of Comfort [Pics]
Design

Artist Mandy Smith uses the rough product to craft realistic, 3D renderings of mundane items like a bra and a bike.

Daniela Walker
  • 24 october 2013

Sculptural artist Mandy Smith creates feats of wonder out of plain paper. For her latest project, she took on a more abrasive material – sandpaper – to create everyday objects out of the rough stuff. The sandpaper creates a sense of discomfort when viewing objects that we would normally consider to be quite comfortable.

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