Going through my photos of a reconstruction of an 1864 village in Denmark I found beauty in the small everyday details.
I decided my everyday items should be cutlery but when I looked through my photos I found that I only took pictures if the cutlery was doing something other than being cutlery.
‘Playing the spoons’ in an Irish band at a food Fair in Belfast, Ireland.
A bird made of white plastic forks in the Emily Carr School of Art in Vancouver, Canada.
A Christ made up of forks and spoons in a Cholula diner, Mexico. A decorative window grille made up of welded forks, knives and spoons at a shop in Vancouver, Canada.A macrame hanging and a fork & spoon mobile at Sooke Harbour House in Sooke on Vancouver Island, Canada.An unusual spoon holder in Mexico. A figure with spoons for ribs in the Portland Art Museum, USA.Glass knives casting wicked shadows over images of little girls projected on the floor. (Portland Art Glass Museum, USA.)More of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Everyday Objects.
and since these everyday items are used in anything but everyday ways it also fits last week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Creativity.