These Blankets Are Designed To Look Like Abstractions Of City Skyscrapers
The textiles combine two different, strange views of London's Canary Wharf
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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