CROCKERY CHRISTMAS TREE

Inge Vanluyd and Stefan Vanbergen from Belgian company Mooz have created the ‘taste tree’ adorning Hasselt’s main square in Belgium. The 9 metre-high sculpture is made up of about 5,000 items of crockery donated by the local residents of the city – not only providing material for the structure, but also created as an opportunity to bring the inhabitants of town together through the language of creativity.

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via Designboom

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One thought on “CROCKERY CHRISTMAS TREE

  1. That really is the quirkiest Christmas tree I have ever
    seen but it is beautiful.

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