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In keeping with the shipwreck-themed window displays at Selfridges, the London department store, lighting designer Stuart Haygarth created these unique light sculptures. Black barnacle (above).
Harpon 321 by Stuart Haygarth.
Posted by Tara Bradford on 30 April 2008 at 12:14 | Permalink
These hands remind me of a soul collage card I made for myself which related to everyone seeming to want a piece of me. It's really an emotional piece for me (your photo) because of all it triggers. Right now, feels like it's triggering it again, given the past few weeks of not really being able to visit my blog buddies in the way I'd like or post more thoughtful comments about their lovely work. Or, for that matter, post anything on The Marmelade Gypsy, though I did start again. The insanity of life. Good, just crazy. Which is what the hands remind me of once again.
It's good to be back. I miss Paris. By the way, adore those lights at the first post for today. Beautiful. You really do have the eye...
01 May 2008 at 23:49
The hands!!! I did a series of work with stuffed gloves in different configurations years ago...who knew my influence made it to London :)
01 May 2008 at 16:18
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