Colour me a fire

9 May

Out in Texas’ National Ranching Heritage Center stands vibrant sculptures up to 8 feet tall.

The material?

Crayons!

Herb Williams created an art installation that aims to bring attention to the causes and effects of wildfire. The structures are meant to melt and alter shape under the Texas sun. The bright pinks, oranges, and yellows drastically pop out from the brown and dry environment, very much like a wildfire.

Love the concept. Double love the colours.

via Juxtapoz

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