The Garden Egg Shells (sold)

Description: 'The Garden Egg Shells' is a sculpture made from surplus Garden Egg Chairs, a design icon of the 1960's by Peter Ghyczy, commissioned by his son Felix Ghyczy. The shells are shapes as the ancient Persian symbol, The Paisley, a symbol of Life and Eternity. 'The Garden Egg Shells' is a Homage to the cosmopolite Peter Ghyczy. It is a symbol of the rebellious spirit of the era when the Garden Egg Chair was created.

Materials: Garden Egg Chairs

Completed: August 2010

Production process: sculpted

Dimensions: +/- 150 x 150 x 230 cm

Weight: +/- 80 kg

Photo's by Nikola Nikolov

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