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Lavonda Featherstone
Lavonda Featherstone • 1 year ago

Wires bent in away, such as a word when hit by a light from a certain direction will form this on the wall. So it took a talented artist Fred Eerdekens to do it the other way around. Form the wires into intricate bendings for it to form a word or phrase by its shadow when hit by light.

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