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A lot of nails were used

Designing FRAME Magazine’s Exhibition Booth for NeoCon It all began with a sketch on a cardboard box A lot of nails …and embroidery floss Ben, our New York Studio Lead, gets to work on the first wall.

And a lot of embroidery floss

Designing FRAME Magazine’s Exhibition Booth for NeoCon It all began with a sketch on a cardboard box A lot of nails …and embroidery floss Ben, our New York Studio Lead, gets to work on the first wall.

Crayon logs -- Cute idea!!  maybe do a smaller version for a front yard decoration.

Color Pencils Artist: Jonna Pohjalainen, Helsinki Location: Pedvale, Latvia Local aspen trees sharpened and ends painted to resemble colored pencils. Now that's one HUGE colored pencil!

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Banteay Srei, Angkor, Cambodia century Cambodian temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.

It all began with a sketch on a cardboard box.

Designing FRAME Magazine’s Exhibition Booth for NeoCon It all began with a sketch on a cardboard box A lot of nails …and embroidery floss Ben, our New York Studio Lead, gets to work on the first wall.

All of the work is paying off

Designing FRAME Magazine’s Exhibition Booth for NeoCon It all began with a sketch on a cardboard box A lot of nails …and embroidery floss Ben, our New York Studio Lead, gets to work on the first wall.

This process took hours and hours.

Designing FRAME Magazine’s Exhibition Booth for NeoCon It all began with a sketch on a cardboard box A lot of nails …and embroidery floss Ben, our New York Studio Lead, gets to work on the first wall.

*Note: Perfect. Straight. Lines.

Designing FRAME Magazine’s Exhibition Booth for NeoCon It all began with a sketch on a cardboard box A lot of nails …and embroidery floss Ben, our New York Studio Lead, gets to work on the first wall.

Nice job, Ben and Dan!

Designing FRAME Magazine’s Exhibition Booth for NeoCon It all began with a sketch on a cardboard box A lot of nails …and embroidery floss Ben, our New York Studio Lead, gets to work on the first wall.

At this point, we imagine Ben's arms are going numb

Designing FRAME Magazine’s Exhibition Booth for NeoCon It all began with a sketch on a cardboard box A lot of nails …and embroidery floss Ben, our New York Studio Lead, gets to work on the first wall.

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