Monday

Paul Hazelton's Dust Bunny Sculptures


Are you finding the cost of your craft materials too high? Thinking of resorting to what's just lying around the house? Well, Paul Hazelton might have just found the most plentiful, free, and renewable craft resource on the planet. The dust bunny.

via Gizmodo via Saatchi

11 comments:

  1. That is definitely recycling...although it makes me want to sneeze...

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  2. Thanks for sharing this. It's brilliant! (My mother always called "dust bunnies", "Slut's wool", but now I have a good excuse for not cleaning!

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  3. Slut's wool sounds a lot more serious than a dust bunny.:-) Thanks for the comments!

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  4. and do you know of an artist who works with clothes dryer lint? i recall seeing something years ago, but that's a long gone memory now...

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  5. Hi! I just wanted to let you know that I nominated you for a Blog Award today!! I love your blog & wanted to share it with some of my readers!! Pick 'em up here: www.feltedchicken.blogspot.com

    Thanx
    Chrissy P.

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  6. OH I love this!!! It's beautiful and sustainable.

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  7. Deb - I don't recall. Doesn't mean it isn't true.

    Chrissy P. - Thanks! I'm honored.

    Teddybearswednesday - Yeah. I lovce how delicate his stuff looks!

    Thanks for the comments, all!

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  8. Debra, there are quite a lot of lint artists if you google it, but this woman has made some really big sculptures.

    http://www.studiocapezzuti.com/lint/lintguys.htm

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  9. There's a treasure trove of those at my house!! Could I sell them?

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  10. Julia - Ha! Yes, sure. They'll be a big hit at the craft fair.

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  11. Cool! And another reason not to dust!

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