Friday, February 8, 2013

Une girafe de ruban




2012 Jan 12 1st_0136


How much is that giraffe in the window?


Made of ribbons, he stands proudly in the showroom window (SHINDO).
No photos allowed, but I am standing on the street.


bon weekend



SHINDO
Paris Showroom
2, rue d'Aboukir
Place des Victoires
75002 Paris

21 comments:

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Oh Genie!
This is absolutely amazing.. What a talented artist.. Ribbons you say?
Wow! Thanks so much for sharing this piece.
bisous!
Penny

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Genie:
How imaginative and, at first glance, realistic is this! Very well spotted!

Bergson said...

une girafe en relief

Sim said...

With a disco ball no less!

Joe said...

Wow. What a show stopper of a window display. I really admire the creativity and dedication which went into its design and construction. Very impressive.

ALAIN said...

On peut en faire des choses avec des rubans !

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

That is fantastic! I'll be sending this link to my mum as she LOVES giraffes!
Duncan In Kuantan

Vreni said...

I´ve seen this giraffe in December and also took a photo (from outside)!!

This is Belgium said...

I do not like this ' no photographs allowed ' policy !
what are we going to do !!!??
you find convenient nice interesting ways around it, Genie

Cezar and Léia said...

I imagine it was difficult to make this art, but the result is wonderful. The giraffe has white paws so cute!
Léia

Bibi said...

Really beautiful and creative. I don't like that 'no photo' thing either...

Malyss said...

Impressive work!

JoeinVegas said...

Yes, photos through the windows are OK.

Starman said...

Very well made. I wonder how long it took the artist to create it?

Mary said...

He's fabulous! I WANT him. lol

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Yes, the animals are made of ribbons, this large giraffe made of gros-grain ribbon. It is a bit of a permanent installation as Vreni just saw (and photographed) this recently. My photo was taken in January 2012.

Starman, I would think that it was a major project with participation by more than one artist/creator

Duncan, giraffes are a favorite of mine as well.

I think that the addition of the "disco balls" is just fine.

Bises,
Genie

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Genie,
I am touched by your compliment, although I am sure other artists have used the same techniques, but it was so kind of you to say so.
Thank you so much Genie. Your visits are always a joy to me.
bisous!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Wouldn't you think Genie, that if the artists went to all that work of creating something like this, that they would love for people to take photo's...Very nice piece of 'bow work'!

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful!! Love your capture! I, too, wonder if the artists who have gone to so much work wouldn't be happy to have the efforts recognized and enjoy seeing people taking photos!! But whatever, they're delightful! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend, Genie!

Hugs
Sylvia

Jack said...

Fantastic, Genie.

beatrice De said...

On se demande bien pourquoi la photo est interdite. La peur d'être copié ? Foutaise, allez copier cela !

Rubans de Paris, fart de la mode !

En Namibie, j'ai photographié de grands animaux du pays, travaillés en de minuscules perles. Un travail de titan.
Je ferais paraître bientôt mon voyage en Namibie sur un de mes blogs.