Julien Berthier

March 24th, 2010

Julien Berthier is a French artist who does really nice projects. Here’re my favorites:

Balcon additionnel, a plastic Haussmannian-style balcony can be placed anywhere.

Love Love, a wrecked ship became a functional and safe leisure object.

Both “self-preservation” and “self-destruction”, this violent gesture of self mutilation to prune the week ones, could be the surviving act of a dying plant as well as the victory of one branch, the highest and the largest, over all the others.

Le paradoxe de Robinson, who doesn’t want to see a palm tree swaying in the wind from his office window.

found at rebel:art

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