Jul 25, 2009


'Superficial' is the creation of Michel de Broin. It was created as an attempt to reflect on the notion of transparency, which took shape in the forest of Vosges, Alsace, France. He used a large stone that was tucked away deep in the woods; using mirror, glue and cement he made the rock disappear and in turn it reflected the natural surroundings. He is born in Montreal, lives and works in Montreal and Berlin. His portfolio is one of the most interesting one, which we came across over a period of time.

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Strokkur Geyser.
Computer Pullover.
Animal Shaped Cars.
Some Cool Looking Offices.
Advertisements Using Bubble Wrap.

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