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Adrian Esparza’s Wake and Wonder at the Pérez Art Museum Miami

From the Pérez Art Museum Miami’s exhibition, AMERICANA: Formalizing Craft, this is Adrian Esparza’s Wake and Wonder, a 12 x 30 foot installation rewoven from a Mexican serape blanket into colorful, geometric patterns on the museum’s walls.

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This looks like some wonderful DIY-inspiration around these parts. The exhibition continues until May 2015.

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via Design Boom.

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