Veesuel on PCDaily

Splash through the 22 entries in the wave-inspired challenge of France’s ParoledePate group. The challenge was the idea of Florence Minne-Khou and included very few restrictions and lots of possibilities. You’ll see waves interpreted in jewelry, paintings, vessels, books and sculpture.

This 3-ring stackable set of watery translucent shapes is by Veesuel and you can see it from several angles here.

Creativity flows when group members get pulled into a challenge! Congrats to all.

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  • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

    Oh, Cynthia, this is my favorite for 2016. THANK YOU.

    • reply Peta ,

      Amazing work! Are all of the entries made of clay?

      • reply Corliss Rose ,

        I really enjoy the fact that there were very few restrictions in this challenge. It released a lot of great creativity.

        • reply cecile ,

          Magnifique ! Félicitations

          • reply Ekis ,

            Ab Fab !

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