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Chris Held, of American design firm Von Tundra, has created a beautiful art piece by drawing a richly patterned persian rug onto a dry-erase board mounted onto a palette and then erasing it. See below.
Reminds me of a Tibetan sand mandala. Sometimes you gotta let things go!
This appears to have been done by a CNC machine loaded with dry-erase markers?! Notice the "goto" lines between the different colored patterns. Apologies if this is noted elsewhere.
My guess is they put a marker where the bit usually goes in a CNC machine. Just wanted to clear that up in case you actually thought they did this by hand...
dont it lose all worth by been done by a machine? the ephemeral worth of something done by a machine is 0 because it can allways do it again.... I think he EPIC FAILED
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