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    For all of those who need a little inspiration at the office, artist Peter Root was feeling the same way and decided to fashion an entire little city of staples – an ephemicropolis! Hard to …
    August 13, 2012

    peter root' "staple city"



    • Tanya Anandan

      There's no "Easy Button" for this. Artist Peter Root spent 40+ hours building Ephemicropolis with 100,000 staples!

    • Heide Cabral

      [Staples, City, Grampos, Cidade, Predios] Peter root ephemicropolos art installation urban city made of staples 1

    • Elisa Hauet

      The city scape of Ephemicropolis was an installation by the artist Peter Root. 100,000 Staples

    • curious tangles

      Ephemicropolis 2010, by UK artist Peter Root with 100,000 staples.

    • LindaThompsonMills

      Peter Root's Staple City -- who would have thought ... ??? LTM

    • Conor O'Leary

      Peter Root's "Staple City" (Made of millions of staples)

    • Devon Pierce Sherwood

      Peter Root's "Staple City" now that's dedication!!

    • STORY

      staple city - artist Peter Root

    • Ryan Amor

      peter root's staple city

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