Saturday, September 5, 2009

Take A "Pieke" At This ...

Since seeing designer Pieke Bergmans' "Light Blubs", a collection of lighting made to look like it was melting and molding around tables and chairs, I've been fascinated with the rest of her work. She has an eye for design like nothing I've seen before; Bergmans' work truly brings meaning to the term "a piece of art". While browsing her collections, I came across a particular group of photos that I thought might be of some interest to you. Dubbed "Chanel No ?", Bergmans' collection of Chanel perfume bottles have been warped into beautiful artwork. These No. 5 bottles are not unlike the "Light Blubs"; they have been fired to look as if they are bending and melting. Forget statues and paintings; I want a bunch of "Chanel No ?" bottles on display in my house. For more information on Pieke Bergmans' artwork, please visit her website.

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  1. WOWWWWWWWWWWW, those shapes are magical!

    One Love,

  2. wow! thank you for introducing me to this artist. i would love to see her work in person one day.


  3. These are incredible! Love the melting lights and the perfume bottles... a lot of this reminds me of Dali's melting clocks. Thanks for sharing!

  4. these are so inspiring. love this post!

  5. Awesome idea! I would definitely buy a perfume that came in a bottle like that.

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  7. Oooh I can't wait to do my fashion show with light installations this is such an inspiration

  8. Those pictures are really, in the least gay way possible, magical. There truly stunning and to have the ability to envision something like that is a true inspiration to me. Lovin you blog. Keep it up kid!


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