These Blankets Are Designed To Look Like Abstractions Of City Skyscrapers

These Blankets Are Designed To Look Like Abstractions Of City Skyscrapers
Consumer Goods

The textiles combine two different, strange views of London's Canary Wharf

Rachel Pincus
  • 16 december 2016

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a…blanket that looks like a skyscraper?!  British textile artist and recent Royal College of Art graduate Danny Lee‘s fascination with skyscrapers began when he moved to London’s Canary Wharf, a neighborhood teeming with tall buildings. He turned his sense of wonderment into a series of textiles that combined his own photos with Google Earth’s bird’s-eye perspective, then stitched and remixed them together digitally.

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