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  • Matt Barnhart

    ‘non-sign II’ is an installation by seattle based art collective lead pencil studio located at the canada-US border near vancouver. the sculpture is made from small stainless steel rods that are assembled together to create the negative space of a billboard. while most billboards draw attention away from the landscape ‘non-sign II’ frames the landscape, focusing attention back on it.

  • Hector Navarro

    #Urban #Art "Non-Sign II" billboard_leadpencil_ledeA

  • Andrew Kudless

    A Billboard That Advertises Nothing But Clean Air. Sculpture made of thousands of metal rods by Lead Pencil Studio

  • rafidi

    stunning art installation

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