An eye-catching piece of art made from recycled telephone books pages is what the Altered Telephone Book Pages Hive is all about. Designed by Kristiina Lahde, the Hive is presented during the exhibition happening at Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens.
True to its name, the Hive looks like a beehive. With the yellow colored telephone book pages, the HIVE looks even more realistic. This one of a kind art installation can be perfect for showrooms, lobbies, and even at a home’s living room. The Altered Telephone Book Pages Hive will surely create an artistic feel to every home or office without harming the environment.
Source: Kristiina Lahde
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