Artist Uses Thousands Of Candies To Turn Rooms Into Sweet Wonderlands   Bored Panda
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Sweet Wonderlands made by Australian Artist

With an overpoweringly colorful and sweet visual style, Australian artist Tanya Schultz creates dazzling works of candy floor art that will make you feel like you just visited Candyland and ate the whole place down to the ground.
Her art doesn’t just look sweet – it is sweet. Tanya (who started creating these works together with artist Nicole Andrijevic as Pip & Pop before they parted ways) uses candy, sugar, beads, toys and other hyper-colorful materials to create these works of art.

CATEGORY: Texture, Experiential

CREDIT: All Rights to Tanya Schultz

DATE: 04/01/15

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