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  • Elizabeth Jeffrey

    Sao Paulo Giant monkey made out of flipflops

  • Jazmin Sanchez

    The sculpture Fat Monkey was designed by the Dutch artist Florentjin Hofman and is in Sao Paulo. It is made of thousands of colorful chinelas (flip flops). Flip Flop art, who knew?

  • Kelly Padilla

    Fat Monkey - Sao Paulo 2010 by Florentijn Hofman: Made of inflatables and flip flops! The Fat Monkey is a site specific work which was created out of the question from the Pixelshow to make a sculpture during their conference in 2010. Made with the help of local students and made from the brazilian icon; the flip flop which obviously works as one of the 10.000 pixels. The fat monkey is a work in the series Obeastitas.

  • Betsy O'Brien

    Giant Monkey Sculpture Dutch artist Florentjin Hofman designed the structure, Students involved in the project named it “Fat Monkey,” (for Pixelshow’s 2010 conference), which showcases art with a pixelated look.

  • Passion 4

    The Fat Monkey outdoor art installation by Florentijn Hofman - made out of flip-flops.

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