Christophe Guinet Recreates Batman Suit…Out of Tree Bark

by , 07/09/15   filed under: Eco-Art, Eco-Fashion News

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Guinet’s Sous le masque et la cape was on display this past month at La Maison Muller. The event, which celebrated the launch of the Batman: Arkham Knight video game, offered 30 artistic takes on Gotham City’s champion—”without artifice.”

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Batman isn’t the first American icon Guinet has made over. His Just Grow It! collection turned Nike’s iconic high-top into a series of hyperrealistic topiaries composed of individual flowers and seeds.

“In these works, one can read a certain dichotomy between the marketing and media world in which we live and ethical values ​​that are dear to me,” Guinet told Fast Co.Design in 2014. “This is an invitation for all of us to contemplate, to rediscover the beauty of a single seed of a wild grass, the delicacy of a flower, or the smell of the foam.”

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[Via CNET]

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