Pages From FLARE Transformed Into A Work Of Art

Artist Robyn Thomas creates an installation with pages from FLARE

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A Piece of Art Made of FLARE Magazines

Photo by Klaus by Nienkämper

A Piece of Art Made of FLARE Magazines

Photo by Klaus by Nienkämper

Just this week, Toronto design store Klaus by Nienkämper drew our attention to the latest piece of art that they have acquired for their showroom. The large wall installation, created by artist Robyn Thomas, is made entirely of folded pages from FLARE.

Thomas, a longtime reader and subscriber of the magazine, was dreaming up a new creation using “simple loom structures and materials that are not meant to be woven.” She noticed her stacks of FLARE and thought that they were an exact fit for her project – “I saw this pile of pages with so much Canadian-made information – all the text and glossy colour – and I loved it.” She also enjoyed the way that FLARE precisely suited her method; “The way that I was interested in manipulating the pages related perfectly to the magazine’s title. I wanted to fold each page to make it flare… so a perfect match.”

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